There’s really a vast number of strange incidents in this case.
For mine two of the gems were:
1. The liquor store robbery for a jerky stick:
After stopping it, the accused left the vehicle and walked into the shop. He was wearing a long tan coloured trench coat, a Driza-Bone, over his other clothes and he had a tool belt around his waist, from which a hammer was hanging, (see Exhibit Q). On entering into the shop, he walked to the counter at where the shop attendant, Ms Kym Johnson, was standing. Although Ms Johnson asked him, “Can I help you?”, he did not reply but he grabbed a packet of beef jerky, which was on a stand sitting on the counter, with such force that the stand fell from the counter onto the floor. He then walked out from the shop and returned to the vehicle. However, after reaching the vehicle, he turned toward the shop and he kicked over a wooden sign and a wooden barrel which were at the front of the shop, after which he returned to the vehicle, entered it and drove it away.
2. And then there’s the call of the lights:
“It was late at night. I was walking around Braddon and I saw two bright red lights across Haig Park. I believed that those lights were an indication or a message that I should head in that direction and that I would find something of importance.
Any other highlights strike your eyes dear reader?