A Kings Point man charged with a number of serious driving offences including injuring four people in a car accident has been jailed for four years.
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Bradley Dwayne Wills, 28, pleaded guilty to two charges of dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm and two counts of causing bodily harm by misconduct including motor vehicle
Court papers said Wills was driving a Ford Ka at Woodstock at 12.35am on March 18 last year that crashed, injuring two women and two men.
Police breath tested Wills after the accident, who returned a mid range result of 0.099.
A charge of mid range drink driving and negligent driving occasioning grievous bodily harm were also taken into account by Judge Chris Hoy in his sentencing in Nowra District Court.
Wills was sentenced to an aggregate sentence of four years from November 16 with a non-parole period of two years, three months.
He will be eligible for release in February 2021.
He was also ordered to receiving counselling and treatment for among other things substance and alcohol abuse, relapse prevention and anger management.
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