A 3am row with his fiancee ended in a £6,200 car crash - and their lies to police that followed has now left him behind bars

  Manchester Evening News 

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Father of three Kieran Banks, 36, had accidentally ploughed his Vauxhall Insignia into a house whilst taking the car for a 3am spin following a row with his fiancee
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