A MAN is due to front court this week following a lengthy police pursuit and swag of subsequent charges.
Officers attached to the Orana Mid Western Police District allege they observed a man driving an unregistered vehicle with false plates in Yeoval at 12.55pm on Friday, October 4.
"Police attempted the stop the vehicle to speak with the driver who was wanted for serious offences," Western Region Traffic Tactician Inspector Ben Macfarlane said.
"A lengthy pursuit commenced with the driver being arrested after a short foot pursuit."
The man was charged with destroy or damage property, recklessly deal with proceeds of crime, possess prohibited drug (x 4), police pursuit and drive during disqualification period.
The man was bail refused to appear before Dubbo Local Court on Friday.
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