A MAN caught driving dangerously in Slough has had his sentencing hearing delayed as 'other allegations against him' are looked into.

Andrew Hearn, 54, was due to be sentenced at Reading Crown Court on Monday (October 23) for several offences.

He was caught in Iver on May 19 stealing at jet washer and push bike to value of £750 from a shed and was charged with burglary.

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Hearn was also caught driving dangerously on Scafell Road, Pevesney Road, Fairlie Road, Edinburgh Avenue, Farnham Road, Baylis Road, Stoke Poges Lane, Belgrave Road and Gilliat Road in Slough on July 5 in a Volkswagen Touran.

It was later found he did not have a valid test certificate to drive, third-party insurance, or a licence.

In court, prosecuting barrister Joel Reynolds explained probation has visited Hearn while in custody to prepare a pre-sentence report but that the report had not been produced.

Judge Greenfield informed the court that the hearing should be delayed to wait for the report but he was 'conscious' that Hearn was in custody.

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Mr Reynolds added that an adjournment would be beneficial as there are potentially 'other allegations' against the defendant which need to be looked into.

Hearn, of no fixed abode, will now be sentenced on December 16 at the same court.