Zachary Miller to fight dishonesty charges, pleading guilty to driving offences

UPDATE, 7.30am: A WANTED Warrnambool man caught asleep in a stolen car on Saturday night while under the influence of drugs has been remanded in custody.

Zachary Miller, 21, of Churchill Street, did not apply for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday and was remanded in custody until January 29.

He indicated he would fight charges relating to dishonesty but admitted involvement in evading police after he was arrested at Port Campbell on Saturday night when asleep under the influence of drugs.

He has been charged with theft of vehicle on December 14 as well as dangerous driving, driving at a dangerous speed and two counts of evading police.

Police allege that overnight on December 29 he stole a car, stole items from a vehicle, drove under the influence of substances and drove while disqualified.

Mr Miller is also charged with dangerous driving while being pursued by police on January 4, driving while disqualified, speeding and evading police.

Earlier: A 21-YEAR-OLD Warrnambool drug trafficker caught in a stolen car again on Saturday night will appear in court today.

Warrnambool police Sergeant Greg Cressall said Port Campbell police officers intercepted the driver on Saturday night and arrested him.

The 20-year-old was already wanted on warrants and a whereabouts alert was put out for him.

He was pulled over while driving a stolen car.

It's alleged the driver was involved in a pursuit with police on December 5 and police claim he evaded officers again on Thursday last week.

He was caught in a stolen Toyota Landcruiser on Saturday night which had been taken from St Leonards near Geelong.

He has been charged with two counts of theft of a motor vehicle and associated offences. 

The first charge relates to a Holden Commodore utility stolen from Warrnambool.

The man was remanded by a bail justice overnight Saturday and will appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday.