A WOMAN with 42 previous convictions is accused of dangerous driving in a Co-op car park.

Naomi Harris appeared at Oxford Crown Court via a video link from Eastwood Park, a prison in Falfield, Gloucestershire.

She is accused of dangerous driving incidents on June 28 last year and August 25 this year.

Harris, who has two previous convictions for dangerous driving, is accused of dangerous driving in a Co-op car park in Windsor in June 2019 and on the A34 in Oxford in August.

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Alejandra Tascon, defending, said Harris will be pleading guilty to both counts.

She told the court on Friday: “Ms Harris has a string of mental health difficulties and it seems she suffers, especially when she doesn’t take her medication and turns to alcohol and getting into trouble.”

Judge Nigel Daly adjourned the case for a pre-sentence report on November 17.

He said: “These two offences are serious matters, you have 42 previous convictions and and 94 offences, something has to be done about this.”