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Douglas man faces motoring charges

Twenty-four-year-old accused of driving dangerously

A man’s appeared in court facing five motoring charges.


Twenty-four-year-old Adam Andrew Quayle of Springfield Avenue in Douglas appeared before Deputy High Bailiff Christopher Arrowsmith at Douglas courthouse.


He’s said to have driven dangerously in an untaxed and unroadworthy car using a fraudulent vehicle licence and registration mark on 9 June.


Mr Quayle hasn't entered pleas to any of the charges.


He was bailed in the sum of £250 and will next appear in court on 12 December.

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