Spring Farm man charged over alleged burnout in Picton

A man has been charged after he allegedly performed a burnout in Bollard Place, Picton. Picture: NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command Facebook page
A man has been charged after he allegedly performed a burnout in Bollard Place, Picton. Picture: NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command Facebook page

A Spring Farm man will face court in July after he allegedly performed a burnout in Picton earlier this month.

Witnesses told police that a number of vehicles drove down Bollard Place about midnight on June 1.

The 22-year-old man, driving a white Ford Falcon sedan, then allegedly performed the burnout.

Strike Force Puma and South West Metropolitan Region Highway Patrol launched a joint investigation into the incident.

Officers were able identify the driver and vehicle after speaking with witnesses.

The man was issued with a court attendance notice last Friday, June 14.

He was charged with aggravated sustained loss of traction (first offence) and will face Picton local court on July 22.

The man's licence will be suspended until the court matter is completed.