Two men charged after disqualified driver leads police on pursuit in Nowra

Police have charged two young men after a pursuit through three Nowra suburbs on Friday at 11pm.

Police spotted a 23 year-old driver and 21 year-old passenger in a stolen Volvo in East Nowra.

The driver, whose license was disqualified at the time, failed to pull over and police chased the car through Worrigee and then to Twin Waters.

The car stopped at Bowerbird Street, but the pursuit continued.

The men fled on foot and were soon found nearby.

Police found the passenger on the roof of a Bowerbird Street home.

After a short time, he came down without incident, was arrested and taken to Nowra Police Station.

He was charged with resist arrest, goods in custody, enter enclosed lands, carried in conveyance without permission and eight other offences relating to domestic violence, assault and warrants.

The police dog unit helped to find the driver, not too far from the scene.

The man was arrested and taken to Nowra Police Station.

He was charged with police pursuit – not stop (Skye’s Law), drive motor vehicle without consent, enter enclosed lands, drive motor vehicle while disqualified, goods in custody and resist arrest.

Both men were refused bail to appear at Nowra Local Court on Saturday.