A Queanbeyan man who lead police on a high-speed chase west of Nowra that allegedly reached speeds of 200km/h has been refused bail.
Jeremy Scott Lindsay Mitchell, 25, pleaded guilty to police pursuit and driving while disqualified when he appeared in Nowra Local Court on Friday, August 16.
He pleaded not guilty to driving recklessly and the illegal use of conveyance.
A charge of having an expired licence was withdrawn and dismissed.
About 9.25am on Thursday, August 15, a Volkswagen Golf was seen by police allegedly driving in a manner dangerous east on the Kings Highway between Queanbeyan and Bungendore.
Police said checks revealed the car had allegedly been stolen during a carjacking in the ACT.
About 10.35am, the vehicle was spotted by Traffic and Highway Patrol officers travelling north on Braidwood Road at Yerriyong, west of Nowra.
Officers attempted to stop the car however the vehicle failed to stop and a pursuit began.
During the pursuit the vehicle allegedly reached speeds of 200km/h in a 100km/h zone.
A short time later road spikes were successfully deployed and stopped the vehicle at the intersection of Braidwood Road and Albatross Road at Nowra Hill.
Mitchell did not apply for bail which was formally refused by Magistrate Gabriel Fleming.
He will reappear in court on October 4.
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