Two people have pleaded guilty to charges arising from an incident on the Calder Highway in which two police officers were injured.
Ammar Najjar and Shari Oliver appeared in the Bendigo Magistrates' Court on Tuesday in relation to the offending at Kangaroo Flat on July 6 last year.
Najjar pleaded guilty to four indictable offences, including two charges of recklessly exposing a police officer to risk by driving and two charges of recklessly causing injury.
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He is also charged with summary offences that include two charges of driving while suspended, two charges of committing an indictable offence while on bail, exceeding the prescribed concentration of drugs, failing to stop on police direction, and failing to stop and render assistance.
Oliver pleaded guilty to two charges of reckless conduct endangering serious injury and two charges recklessly causing injury, both indictable offences.
She is also charged with committing an indictable offence on bail and failing to answer bail.
Najjar and Oliver were committed to the County Court for further appearances later this year.
Both remain in custody, having not applied for bail.
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