Police charge man after driving vehicle at neighbours – Horning Sea Park

A man has been charged with a string of offences after allegedly driving his vehicle towards his neighbours in Horningsea Park yesterday.

Police will allege that, about 11.45am (Wednesday 23 September 2020), a 38-year-old man who resides in Tate Crescent, Horning Sea Park, was leaving his home when he noticed a neighbour talking to friends outside.

The man verbally threatened his neighbour before getting into his car and driving the vehicle towards him.

The neighbour had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit.

The man continued driving his vehicle around the local streets before returning to Tate Crescent where he narrowly missed two other residents.

He parked his car and walked back inside his premises.

Police were called and officers from Liverpool City Police Area Command attended and, with the assistance of police from South West Metropolitan Region Enforcement Squad they entered the home and arrested the man.

He was taken to Liverpool Police Station where he was charged with three counts of stalk/intimidation, behave in an offensive manner, drive while suspended, two counts of drive recklessly/furiously/ and negligent driving.

He was refused bail and will appear in Liverpool Local Court today (Thursday 24 September 2020).

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