An unlicensed driver on drugs was arrested after he mounted a footpath directly outside the Warrnambool police station.
Adam Deering, 49, of Kiama Avenue, appeared in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Friday where he made a bail application.
Magistrate Mark Stratmann said the last time Mr Deering appeared in court on May 31 he was "quite unwell" and referring to the delusions he was having inside his own head.
Mr Deering told the court that when he last appeared he was under the influence of LSD.
His lawyer Morgan Adams said Mr Deering had spent 80 days in custody, was clean from drugs, had stable accommodation and a positive bail history.
Mr Deering was released on bail with conditions, including he report to police once a week, not contact any witnesses and not drive a motor vehicle.
The court heard on May 25 Mr Deering was intercepted driving a Holden Berlina in Warrnambool. His licence was disqualified.
When speaking to police he refused to leave his vehicle and drove off in the path of officers.
He was later located at his house. He was interviewed, charged and bailed with the condition he not drive a motor vehicle.
Then on May 28 Mr Deering drove the same vehicle through the emergency entrance of Warrnambool Base Hospital before exiting via Ryot Street. Hospital staff reported the incident to police who identified the man in CCTV footage.
The following day he drove up onto the footpath of the Warrnambool police station. He parked the car and was arrested by uniform police.
He tested positive to methamphetamine.
In December Mr Deering was jailed for 90 days after drugs, jewels and cash were located in a motor home used to ram two police cars.
He will appear in court again on September 30.
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