AN UNLICENSED driver was among the teenagers who pulled stunts in their cars on the night of a double fatal crash that killed Dominic Arnold and Tristan Cook.
Duncan McCann, 18, of Caldy Valley, was a sixth former at Christleton High School last December 9, and admits driving his Rover Metro to Sainsbury’s and Broxton car parks even though he had not yet passed his test.
Police have since interviewed him on why he did not disclose this at the time of the crash.
On Thursday he told Chester Crown Court that he had performed hand brake turns and fast corners along with Chris Laidler and Michael Wood at Sainsbury’s before decided to go to Broxton to make fun of people they believed were doggers.
He said their driving to Broxton was “a bit fast” and several people overtook him on the way to Broxton.
Defence barrister for Matthew Ferguson Simon Mills, asked him: “Am I right in saying you have never been dealt with for careless driving, for dangerous driving or for causing death by dangerous driving.”
Ferguson denies dangerous driving on Focus car park, Broxton car park and the A41.
Mr McCann confirmed that police have only spoken to him about driving without a licence.