Suffolk special police sergeant denies dangerous driving
Kim BriscoeA Suffolk special police sergeant denied dangerous driving when he appeared in court today.Kim Briscoe
A Suffolk special police sergeant denied dangerous driving when he appeared in court today.
Mykal Trim, who is based and lives in Lowestoft, appeared at Norwich Crown Court in relation to a road traffic incident involving a marked police car and another car in the early hours of Saturday, February 14, in Tom Crisp Way, Lowestoft.
He was granted unconditional bail and his trial has been set for March 1, 2010.
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