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Man appears in court charged wtih six offences following three collisions

Alert message sent 21/09/2020 17:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


We have charged a 27-year-old man with six offences following three road traffic collisions on Saturday 19 September.

Joseph Andrews aged 27, of St Martins Close, Southampton has been charged with:

• Aggravated vehicle taking
• Dangerous driving
• Criminal damage
• Fail to provide a specimen for analysis
• Drive a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence
• No Insurance

The charges come after it was reported that a Renault Laguna had been taken from outside an address in Forster Road, Southampton at 1.27pm Saturday afternoon.

We were then called at 2.29pm where it was reported that a car had been involved in a collision with a house and a garage door, at an address in Main Road, Dibden and had failed to stop at the scene. No-one was reported as being injured in this incident.

We received a further call at 2.45pm where it was reported that a car had collided twice with another vehicle on Spicers Hill, Totton and failed to stop at the scene. No-one was reported as being injured in this incident.

It is alleged that at around 3pm, a car collided with a stationary police vehicle on The Avenue, Southampton.

Andrews was remanded and appeared at Southampton Magistrates’ Court today (Monday, 21 September).
Message sent by
Sarah Cartwright (Police, Corporate Communications, Hampshire)

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