Barry Keevins has words 07515 382675 Police launch investigation after motorcyclist crashes in Brighton after four hour police chase

A motorcyclist has pleaded guilty to a series of driving offences after riding through Sussex at speeds of more than 100mph and crashing twice.

Gavin Collett, of Bramber Road, Broadwater, was seen speeding on the A24 before crashing at a junction with the A27 last Thursday.


He was followed by a police helicopter but later fled on foot. He was later arrested after having told his local newspaper that he was going to give himself up to the police.


The 32-year-old admitted two counts of failing to stop at the scene of a crash, dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and having no insurance.


He was remanded in custody by Crawley magistrates and will be sentenced at Lewes Crown Court on 12 April.

Tony Carter

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