A WORCESTER man was found guilty after driving his Mercedes while his back window was damaged and had a bin bag taped across it.

Iftkhar Ali, of Kilury Drive, was driving the car in such condition that he could have caused danger or an injury someone.

Ali, aged 46, was driving down New Road, in Worcester, on December 16, 2019 before being stopped by police.

He was also caught speeding on the road, driving faster than 30 miles per hour.

He has been fined £220, has to pay £32 of victim surcharge and court costs of £85.

He will have to pay a total of £337 by July 23.

A collection order has been made and three points has been added to his licence.

Steven Thomas, of Llys Gwyrdd, has pleaded not guilty at Worcester Magistrates Court for failing to stop at a red traffic light at Foregate Street junction with Shaw Street.

He drove his Volkswagen through the traffic light on October 9, 2019 at 6.58pm.

Thomas, aged 19, also pleaded not guilty to failing to give identification, after he was alleged to be guilty of an offence.

On November 11, 2019 the defendant was required to provide information in Droitwich however failed to do so.

The case has been adjourned to August 12.

Stephen Rimell, of Cockshed’s Lane, Halesowen, has pleaded guilty to exceeding the speed limit on the M5 junction 5 to M6 junction 8.

Rimell, 47, was caught driving his Peugeot faster than the 50 miles per hour temporary maximum speed limit on October 16, 2019.

The case has also been adjourned to August 12.

Sean Adams, aged 48, pleaded guilty after appearing in court on June 25. Adams, of Teagues Crescent, Telford, drove his Fiat on the A442 Trench Lock, at a speed exceeding 30 miles per hour on November 15, 2019.

He was fined £40 and has to pay a victim surcharge of £32 and courts costs which is £85 in total.

A collection order has been made and Adams has had three points added to his licence.