A man has been charged after allegedly leading police on a 100 kilometre pursuit yesterday afternoon, NSW Police say.
The pursuit began about 1.10pm yesterday today, when the Queensland registered Holden Commodore was spotted on Dixon Street, Parramatta.
It’s alleged the vehicle did not stop for a random breath-test when directed by police.
A pursuit began on Boundary Street, Parramatta and was later terminated on the Great Western Highway, Westmead.
Around 1.50pm, the Commodore was spotted again on the Cumberland Highway at Liverpool and a second pursuit began.
The pursuit travelled through a number of streets in Liverpool, before heading onto the Hume Motorway.
The car stopped on the Colo Vale off-ramp of the Hume Motorway, where it’s alleged the driver ran from the vehicle.
The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, a 26-year-old Hawthorne (Queensland) man, was arrested a short distance away and taken to Bowral Police Station.
He was charged with two counts of police pursuit (Skye’s Law), two counts of drive manner dangerous, two counts of display unauthorised number plates, exceed speed over 45km/h and breach of bail.
The man was refused bail to appear before Goulburn Local Court today tomorrow.