Leggatt pleads guilty

A WARWICK man has been released on parole in relation to a number of offences committed over a seven-week period.

Ken Gordon Leggatt appeared in Warwick Magistrates Court this morning where he pleaded guilty to supplying and possessing drugs, dangerous driving, drug driving and wilful damage.

The 26-year-old tore through the Warwick streets last month in a vehicle that had no doors or rear windscreen, a caved-in roof, shredded tyres, and a shattered front windscreen.

In a separate incident, Leggatt hooned through Mile End Park, driving within metres of an 18-month baby.

Leggatt was this morning sentenced to 12 months jail but was placed on immediate parole and disqualified from driving for 18 months.

See more on this story in tomorrow's print edition.



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