Louth man to appear in court over War Memorial collision

The aftermath of the collision at Louth War Memorial in March this year.
The aftermath of the collision at Louth War Memorial in March this year.

A Louth man will appear in court later this month to face two charges following a collision which damaged the Louth War Memorial on March 15.

Fraser James Adam, 29, of Jubilee Crescent, has been charged with drink driving and failing to stop.

He will appear at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on July 28.

As reported yesterday, Louth Town Council has now been given the green light for repairs to the memorial to go ahead.