AN Old Hill man who drove dangerously while disqualified has been warned he could face time behind bars.

Bradley Mohammed, a 23-year-old father-of-one, admitted the offences committed in the Dudley area on roads including Duncan Edwards Way.

Mohammed further pleaded guilty to damaging a police patrol car and being reckless as to whether the vehicle was damaged or destroyed.

He also admitted failing to provide police officers with a specimen for analysis and driving an Audi A3 without insurance.

Judge Dean Kershaw at Wolverhampton Crown Court told Mohammed, of Elm Tree Way, they were serious offences and it would be very difficult

for him to be given anything other than a custodial sentence.

The judge remanded Mohammed on bail until February l for the preparation of a pre-sentence report and said a further medical report would assist before the case could be finalised.

He said Mohammed had committed some of the same offences in the past and it was the 11th time he had faced a court hearing.

Mohammed was warned all sentencing options were open for when he returned to court.