A DODGY driver has been jailed for four months and slapped with a hefty fine after a series of incidents, including running from police. 

Stuart Tanner, 26, of Ambassador, Bracknell, has been given 16 weeks imprisonment and has been banned from driving for three years after a string of motoring offences. 

Tanner admitted two counts of driving while disqualified, two counts of driving without insurance, and one count of failing to stop for police. 

On March 4 2018, Tanner was seen driving erratically on Redvers Road, Bracknell. 

Police attempted to get him to stop, but he drove off, before jumping out of the car at the services behind the shops in Rectory Lane, allowing the vehicle to roll into a parked car.

He continued to run from police, before being captured on Saffron Road. 

He was seen driving erratically on November 15 2017 in Bagshot Road, Bracknell, and when police pulled him over, he was found to have no licence or insurance. 

Tanner was also fined £415.

Investigating officer PC James Greehy, of Bracknell police station, said: “The defendant posed a real and immediate risk to the public with his persistent disregard to his previous driving disqualification.

“This sentence will help safeguard the public from the risk he poses and I hope will allow time for him to reflect upon his actions.”