Forest Gate man, 21, charged with dangerous and drug driving
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A man has been charged with dangerous driving and failing to stop for the police.
Uzair Ahmed of Shrewsbury Road, Forest Gate, was arrested on Friday, January 8 and taken to an east London police station where he was charged with the offences.
The 21-year-old was also charged with driving without insurance, possession with intent to supply a Class B drug and drug driving.
The charges relate to an incident at 1.55pm on Friday, January 8 in Barking Road when a police officer spoke with a driver about the manner of his driving.
The vehicle was later involved in a collision with another car in Katherine Road.
There were no reported injuries.
Mr Ahmed is due to appear at Thames Magistrates Court on Thursday, January 28.
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