A MAN disqualified from driving for 36 years has been found hiding in a closet in a house south of the border after allegedly leading police on a series of pursuits in Tweed Heads.
The 27-year-old has been on the run from police for almost two months after allegedly triggering two police chases across the Tweed back in September.
Following investigations, police armed with sniffer dogs stormed a home on Railway Street at South Murwillumbah about 3.30am on Sunday.
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Police said the dog squad located the 27-year-old man inside the home, hiding in a closet.
He was arrested and taken to Tweed Heads Police Station where he was charged with two outstanding arrests warrants and two counts of police pursuit.
The 27-year-old, who was already disqualified from driving until his 64th birthday in 2054, was also charged with two counts each of driving whilst disqualified and common assault.
The local man was remanded in custody and due to appear in Tweed Heads Bail Court today.
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