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A probationary driver who knocked down wheelie bins and crashed into a parked car has been fined $3600 and lost his driver’s licence for four months.
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James Nathaniel Porter-Cullen, 19, of Raglan Parade, Warrnambool, appeared in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court this week.

He pleaded guilty to using cannabis, failing to exchange a name and address after an accident, careless driving, speeding, driving while suspended and two counts of driving an unregistered car.

Magistrate Jonathan Klestadt said Porter-Cullen had clearly lost enough demerit points previously to be suspended from driving for three months. He said the most serious offences the defendant faced was driving while suspended.

The magistrate said he did not accept there was anything mechanically wrong with Porter-Cullen’s vehicle which had led to his collision with the parked car.

Mr Klestadt also noted that Porter-Cullen had a prior conviction for serious drug offending and yet he was still using cannabis.

Police alleged that on September 15 last year Porter-Cullen was driving a black Holden Commodore west along McGregors Road towards Whitehead Court when he swerved and hit wheelie bins and a parked vehicle, which was not occupied.

Porter-Cullen got out of his car and left in a following vehicle but soon after returned to the accident scene.

He told police he left to go to hospital for treatment but decided to come back.

Police officers noted there were no skid marks at the accident scene and Porter-Cullen had admitted to using cannabis and driving an unregistered vehicle.

On December 1 last year Porter-Cullen was intercepted by police driving a green Holden Commodore stationwagon along the Princes Highway at 122 km/h in a 100 zone.

He was found to be driving while suspended and at the wheel of his cousin’s unregistered car.

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