A TEENAGER will appear before a judge at Chester Crown Court later this year charged with four motoring offences.
The 17-year-old from Winsford, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is charged with dangerous driving, failing to stop for a police officer and driving without insurance or a valid licence.
The youth appeared at Vale Royal Magistrates Court on Monday last week with his co-accused, who is an adult.
After being released on bail he breached the conditions set by the court on Tuesday evening and appeared before Vale Royal Youth Court on Wednesday in handcuffs after spending the night in custody.
He was again released on bail and will return to court on March 3, when a date for a Crown court hearing will be set.
Until then he must reside at a specified address in Winsford and abide by a 7pm to 7am curfew.
The chairman of the bench, John Argust, said: “Let me tell you in no uncertain terms – if you breach these conditions you haven’t got a hope in hell of getting bail again.”