Nicholas Cork denies Plymouth hit-and-run offences

Geoffrey Hazeldene
Image caption Geoffrey Hazeldene was injured by his own car in August

A 32-year-old man accused of a hit-and-run which left a man seriously injured in Plymouth has appeared in court.

Nicholas Cork, from the city's Holman Court, pleaded not guilty to causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent, inflicting GBH, aggravated vehicle taking and driving while disqualified.

Geoffrey Hazeldene, 59, was injured by his own car when he tried to stop Mr Cork in August.

Plymouth Crown Court adjourned his case and Mr Cork was remanded in custody.

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