Top cop's speeding case adjourned

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A top cop and speed camera chief has had his speeding court case adjourned.

Meredydd Hughes was summonsed to appear at Wrexham Magistrate’s court this morning over allegations of driving at 90mph in a 60 zone.

A new date has been set of December 5, 2007

Hughes, chief constable for South Yorkshire and head of roads policing for the Association of Chief Police Officers, is believed to have applied for an adjournment by post.

South Yorkshire Police has refused to comment.

The force issued a statement on October 30 saying: ‘Chief Constable Meredydd Hughes has received a notice of intended prosecution in respect of an alleged driving offence in North Wales in the early morning of a Bank Holiday Monday in May while he was on holiday.’




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Steve Farrell

By Steve Farrell