Dirty drug taking scumbag

Trogg

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Should have been banged up for 10 years 🤬🤬


Police have been given permission to release harrowing footage to highlight the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs as part of a national campaign - with special thanks to the family of Noah Herring

The family of a boy who was seriously injured in a collision by a driver under the influence of drugs has joined Cleveland Police to support a national awareness raising campaign.

Noah Herring, who was aged six at the time of the incident, suffered serious injuries as a result of being hit by a Mercedes driven by 24-year-old Harry Summersgill, who was under the influence of drugs, on Yarm Road in Stockton on 28th February.

Noah and his dad, James, were cycling to the park on a designated cycle path when the incident happened, as the Mercedes driven by Summersgill crossed two lanes of traffic before mounting the pavement and striking Noah at speeds of over 60mph in a 30mph zone.

Harrowing footage showing clips from Noah’s dads Go Pro camera on his pedal cycle have now been released as part of the campaign, which highlights the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs.

Harry Summersgill was found to be driving under the influence of cocaine, cannabis and ketamine. He was later charged and pleaded guilty at #Teesside Crown Court and was jailed for three years.

Inspector Dave Williams, from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit, said: “Noah and James were out riding their bikes and having a pleasant morning when Harry Summersgill, knowingly under the influence of a cocktail of drugs, drove his car and struck Noah at high speed.

Noah’s family know how lucky they were that day; the outcome could have been much worse and we’re all thankful that it wasn’t.

“To anyone who may get into their car with the intention of driving whilst under the influence; I would urge you to watch this footage and see the horrendous circumstances for yourself.

“No driver should ever take risks like these. It is unacceptable and we won’t tolerate anyone who takes drugs or drinks alcohol and gets behind the wheel of their vehicle.

“Our message is simple. Don’t do it.


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We're soft of crime always have been, sadly whilst I'd like to think most of us think he should be hung drawn and quartered, he has 'human rights' and a huge chunk of the law is on his side helping his cause. I don't know how these people sleep at night.
 

david white

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Too many rose tinted glasses tree hugging do-Gooders in our ‘ systems ‘ that poor families life’s are never going to be the same again
Drug driving is a known crime the sentence for choosing to do so HAS to reflect the seriousness of doing so
Longer harsher sentences at the perpetrators expense NOT the tax payer !
It’s about time our elected politicians stood up and be counted
 

Trogg

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We're soft of crime always have been, sadly whilst I'd like to think most of us think he should be hung drawn and quartered, he has 'human rights' and a huge chunk of the law is on his side helping his cause. I don't know how these people sleep at night.
As far as i'm concerned, drunk/drug drivers, rapists, child molestors, murderers and terrorists etc should have their human rights taken away when they commit their crime!
 

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As far as i'm concerned, drunk/drug drivers, rapists, child molestors, murderers and terrorists etc should have their human rights taken away when they commit their crime!
Ditto that, but try arguing that point to snowflake, pc, libertarian.... parts of society that seem to be running the show nowadays
 

dry nets

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3yrs!!! Is it worth doing? 6yr driving bad! We all know that won’t happen
 

Nunachuk

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Will 3 years not mean 18 months with good behaviour, (because there's no cars in the nick)?
 

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In my way of thinking he is guilty of murder and nothing less,Everyone is well aware of the possible consequences of using Alcohol and drugs whilst intending to and actually driving,They have been more than very well publicised over the years.The death penalty in this country should be reinstated and used on a regular basis for crimes which would carry it.It is like buying a gun and then saying after you had shot somebody I didn't know it would fire when I pulled the trigger.
 

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Should have been banged up for 10 years 🤬🤬


Police have been given permission to release harrowing footage to highlight the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs as part of a national campaign - with special thanks to the family of Noah Herring

The family of a boy who was seriously injured in a collision by a driver under the influence of drugs has joined Cleveland Police to support a national awareness raising campaign.

Noah Herring, who was aged six at the time of the incident, suffered serious injuries as a result of being hit by a Mercedes driven by 24-year-old Harry Summersgill, who was under the influence of drugs, on Yarm Road in Stockton on 28th February.

Noah and his dad, James, were cycling to the park on a designated cycle path when the incident happened, as the Mercedes driven by Summersgill crossed two lanes of traffic before mounting the pavement and striking Noah at speeds of over 60mph in a 30mph zone.

Harrowing footage showing clips from Noah’s dads Go Pro camera on his pedal cycle have now been released as part of the campaign, which highlights the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs.

Harry Summersgill was found to be driving under the influence of cocaine, cannabis and ketamine. He was later charged and pleaded guilty at #Teesside Crown Court and was jailed for three years.

Inspector Dave Williams, from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit, said: “Noah and James were out riding their bikes and having a pleasant morning when Harry Summersgill, knowingly under the influence of a cocktail of drugs, drove his car and struck Noah at high speed.

Noah’s family know how lucky they were that day; the outcome could have been much worse and we’re all thankful that it wasn’t.

“To anyone who may get into their car with the intention of driving whilst under the influence; I would urge you to watch this footage and see the horrendous circumstances for yourself.

“No driver should ever take risks like these. It is unacceptable and we won’t tolerate anyone who takes drugs or drinks alcohol and gets behind the wheel of their vehicle.

“Our message is simple. Don’t do it.


❗️WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT❗
View attachment 10000000_237611678249328_7711884274869681838_n.mp4
3 poxy years?! Is that all?! So he will probably be out in 2 - 2 and a half?
That's not justice at all!
That poor family have lost their little boy, nothing will ever bring him back or ease thier pain while scumbags like this do a little stint inside. I just dunno what the hell this country is coming to!
 

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3 poxy years?! Is that all?! So he will probably be out in 2 - 2 and a half?
That's not justice at all!
That poor family have lost their little boy, nothing will ever bring him back or ease thier pain while scumbags like this do a little stint inside. I just dunno what the hell this country is coming to!
I don't think he's dead mate, just badly injured, not that "just" is the right word but couldn't think of how to put it.
 
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