The 26-year-old has never been licensed to drive a motorcycle. Therefore, when the policemen tried to stop him for inspection, he ran away. He traveled over a hundred kilometers an hour through the city center. It turned out that a month ago he lost his category B driving license for speeding in built-up areas.
On September 4, policemen chased a 26-year-old motorcyclist in Tarnowskie Góry. A resident of the Tarnowskie Góry district will be responsible for daring driving and not stopping for inspection. He has not yet heard the charges, because after the chase straight from the street he was taken to the hospital.
At the roundabout, he hit an Audi with his Kawasaki
Tarnowskie Góry intelligence agents wanted to keep the 26-year-old for road control on Łowiecka Street. The man was riding a Kawasaki motorcycle. The policemen gave him light and sound signals to stop. This one, however – as they report – began to accelerate rapidly. The scouts asked for help from the unit on duty, who directed other patrols to chase.
During the chase, the police caught up with the motorcyclist, giving him signals to stop, which the 26-year-old was still to ignore. After a few minutes, he drove into Powstańców Śląskich Street. – This is the city center – notes Damian Ciecierski, a spokesman for the police in Tarnowskie Góry. – The motorcyclist was traveling at a speed of about one hundred kilometers per hour. With his reckless driving, he posed a threat to other road users – adds the policeman.
The ride soon ended with a dangerous incident. At the roundabout, the 26-year-old hit an Audi car and overturned, injuring his leg.
A month ago, he was driving a car through the city by a hundred
– This man should not get on the motorcycle at all – says Ciecierski. The 26-year-old was sober. But, as it turned out, he was never licensed to drive a motorcycle. This was probably why he ran away from the policemen. – A month ago, in August, they held his category B driving license for three months for speeding in built-up areas. About 50 kilometers per hour. He drove a hundred cars through the city – adds the spokesman.
Now he is waiting for charges in the hospital. He will be responsible for offenses during reckless driving around the city and failure to stop at the roadside check. He is facing a sentence of up to 5 years in prison. In such a case, the court may also order a driving ban for a period of 15 years.
Main photo source: Silesian police