A CRASH driver has been fined by magistrates after failing to stop in a Herefordshire town.

Martin Pugh appeared for sentencing before magistrates in Hereford after previously entering guilty pleas to magistrates in Worcester.

The court heard the 58-year-old had driven a Peugeot 407 without due care and attention in Leominster's Broad Street on September 18.


He had crashed with a Citroen DS3 and failed to stop, the court was told.

The case was previously adjourned to consider disqualification from driving.

Pugh, of Ford Bridge, Leominster, was handed five penalty points and fined £183. He must also pay costs of £135 and a £34 victim surcharge.