Hartlepool quad biker rider warned 'all options' open to court after he admits dangerous and drink driving

A quad bike rider who admitted driving it dangerously while also over the drink drive limit has been warned all options will be open when he is sentenced.

Wednesday, 16th June 2021, 4:45 am

Anthony Mager, 40, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, driving with excess alcohol and without insurance when he appeared at Teesside Crown Court on Tuesday, June 15.

The offences all date back to January 24 of this year when he drove the quad bike dangerously on the A689, Catcote Road and Hartlepool roads in between.

Mager also admitted being over the limit while riding the bike in the Blakelock Gardens are and Summerhill greenbelt.

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Anthony Mager admitted driving a quad bike dangerously on roads including Catcote Road.

He had 52 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes.

Merger is due to be sentenced on Monday, August 2.

The judge Recorder Marco Giuliani said “all options” including prison will be open to the court.

He also imposed an interim driving ban against Mager, of Ettrick Walk, Hartlepool, who was granted bail.

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