Police pursued a Caledon man for 40 minutes before he crashed into a field, a court has heard.
Officers on the M1 clocked a van at 90mph travelling towards Dungannon on the evening of April 11.
The defendant, Kevin Collins, 24, from Castle Drive, failed to stop and performed “several dangerous manoeuvres” during a forty minute chase.
The defendant was finally detained after he crashed into a farmer’s field.
At the scene he was heard to state: “It wasn’t me. I wasn’t driving.”
A small amount of cannabis was found on his person and he admitted to having smoked some of the drug that day. He refused to provide a breath sample.
A small amount of cannabis was found on his person and he admitted to having smoked some of the drug that day.
He further admitted being a pedestrian on the motorway on June 6.
Despite the defendant’s wish to waive his right, District Judge John Meehan adjourned the case for sentencing on November 25.