Three Coventry men have been charged after a police pursuit ended with a crash in Nuneaton.
An allegedly stolen Volkswagen Golf on cloned plates collided with two other vehicles following a short police pursuit on Hinckley Road, Nuneaton on Thursday (14 September).
On Friday (15 September) three men were charged in connection with the collision and a house burglary committed on Woodcote Avenue, Nuneaton, earlier in the day.
Jack Andrew Moreton, aged 25, of Donnington Avenue, Coventry, was charged with house burglary and theft, driving a motor vehicle dangerously, using a motor vehicle on a road without third party insurance, aggravated vehicle taking and driving whilst disqualified.
Darryl Andrew Brown, aged 26, of Omar Road, Coventry, was charged with house burglary and theft and aggravated vehicle taking.
Rhys Edward Moreton, aged 22, of Donnington Avenue, Coventry was charged with house burglary and theft and aggravated vehicle taking.
Jack Moreton was also charged with conspiracy to possess a firearm with intent to endanger life, burglary dwelling and theft, conspiracy to steal, possession of a prohibited firearm, possession of a shotgun without a certificate, two counts of receiving stolen goods, assisting an offender who was unlawfully at large and two counts of theft of a motor vehicle. These alleged offences all occurred between December 2016 and June 2017 in Coventry, Shrewsbury and Yorkshire.
All three men appeared at Warwickshire Magistrates Court on Saturday (16 September). Jack Moreton was remanded in custody to appear at Warwick Crown Court on 19 October 2017.
Rhys Moreton and Brown were both bailed with conditions to appear at Warwick Crown Court also on 19 October 2017.