Kidderminster motorist admits causing man's death

An uninsured Kidderminster motorist has admitted causing the death of a 36-year-old man whose body was found on a Stourport road in August last year.

Kamil Jussak, aged 23, of Long Acre, pleaded guilty to causing the death of Matthew Cullum while driving a Nissan Skyline car in Hillary Road, Stourport, without insurance on August 29 last year.

Judge Nicolas Cartwright, sitting at Worcester Crown Court on Wednesday (June 1st), adjourned sentencing for reports until June 24, allowing the defendant bail in the meantime.

The charge against Jussak, who was assisted in the crown court dock by a Polish interpreter, follows the discovery of Mr Cullum’s body at 4am on August 29 last year in Hillary Road.


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