Posted: Wed 24th Apr 2024

16 year old charged with range of driving offences in Rhos for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

Local police have said a 16 year old was charged with a range of offences yesterday.

Wrexham Rural officers said, “Shortly before 11:00 hours a vehicle failed to stop for officers in Rhos.

“The vehicle was located and driver arrested. A 16 year old male has now been charged with – Failing to stop for police, driving without due care and attention, driving with no insurance, driving without a driving licence, driving with no MOT and possession of Cannabis.

“He has been charged to appear at court in May.

In an update they also said a “traffic offence report” has also been issued by officers in Rossett on the new one way system of Chester Road/Holt Road noting “there is ample signage in place. Patrols will continue in this area.”

Spotted something? Got a story? Email [email protected]

Have a look at...

‘Our Dee Estuary’ project launches new educational online hub

Pollution levels in River Alyn now ‘within safe levels’ say Natural Resources Wales following fire in Mold

Call for new strategy to address rural poverty

Awards ceremony set to celebrate work of apprentices across Wales

North Wales Masons donate nearly £2000 to local charities and organisations

Dogs and their politician owners putting best paw forward to be crowned first Senedd Dog of the Year!

First teams announced for 2024 Tour of Britain Women!

New project aims to tackle mobile ‘not-spots’ and boost 4G and broadband coverage

Wrexham primary school pupils leading the way with National Walking Month campaign

Husband and wife duo celebrate two decades of running popular Chirk pub

Work of North Wales Police under spotlight at recent review

North Wales MS calls for improved mental health support for parents