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Stanford-le-Hope "hit and run" Man remanded in custody after first court appearance.

A SOUTH OCKENDON man has appeared in court charged with a number of offences in relation to a "hit and run" road traffic incident in Stanford-le-Hope.

Lord Curtis Lodge aka Curtis Lodge (27), Buckles Lane has been charged with the following:

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope unlawfully and maliciously caused grievous bodily harm with intent to do said person, grievous bodily harm.

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope being the driver of a mechanically propelled vehicle namely Vauxhall Corsa index LL15 NUA owing to the presence of which on a road, namely Corringham Road an accident occurred whereby personal injury was caused to another person, failed to stop.

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope in the county of Essex drove a motor vehicle namely Vauxhall Corsa index LL15 NUA on a road namely Corringham Road while disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence.

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope in the county of Essex drove a mechanically propelled vehicle, namely Vauxhall Corsa index LL15 NUA dangerously on a road, namely Corringham Road.

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope in the county of Essex used a motor vehicle, namely Vauxhall Corsa index LL15 NUA, on a road, or other public place, namely Corringham Road, when there was not in force in relation to that use such a policy of insurance or such a security in respect of third party risks as complied with.

On 19/09/2015 at Stanford Le Hope in the county of Essex being the driver of a mechanically propelled vehicle, namely Vauxhall Corsa index LL15 NUA, owing to the presence of which on a road or other public place, namely Corringham Road, an accident occurred whereby personal injury was caused to another person and not having given your name and address to a person having reasonable grounds for requiring you to do so, failed to report the accident at a police station or to a constable as soon as was reasonably practicable, and in any case within twenty-four hours of the occurrence of the accident.

Lodge was remanded in custody.

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