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Punching on with the cops at the Belconnen Churches Centre

By 25 January 2013 5

An 18-year-old Griffith man has been arrested following the assault of a police officer yesterday evening (Thursday, January 24).

Around 8.20pm, police attended the Belconnen Churches Centre after reports loud noises were heard coming from the premises.

Police searched the area, locating two men drinking beer in a stairwell. Upon seeing police, one of the males fled. Whilst police were apprehending the male, he assaulted an officer.

The man was arrested and taken to the ACT Watch House. He will face ACT Magistrates Court this morning, where he will be charged with assaulting a territory official – causing actual bodily harm.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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5 Responses to Punching on with the cops at the Belconnen Churches Centre
#1
Dilandach10:58 am, 25 Jan 13

Charles Bronson in the Deathwish movies had the right idea…

#2
Stevian12:58 pm, 25 Jan 13

Dilandach said :

Charles Bronson in the Deathwish movies had the right idea…

You’re all such tough guys? So where are you when there’s work to be done? Nowhere to be found

#3
Dilandach1:17 pm, 25 Jan 13

Stevian said :

Dilandach said :

Charles Bronson in the Deathwish movies had the right idea…

You’re all such tough guys? So where are you when there’s work to be done? Nowhere to be found

Apart from chasing off petrol thieves and the odd wanna be intellectually disabled burglar. There is little outside of my own property boundaries that can be done by myself legally.

I’m not a police officer and never will be. That however, doesn’t stop me from having the opinion that some members of society get repeated chances and won’t change no matter how much goodwill you blow up their collective asses.

If it were up to me, most of the worst members of society once caught wouldn’t get jail. They’d be thrown up against the wall, asked for any last words then society made just that little bit better.

#4
Aaroncbr1:23 pm, 25 Jan 13

Dilandach said :

If it were up to me, most of the worst members of society once caught wouldn’t get jail. They’d be thrown up against the wall, asked for any last words then society made just that little bit better.

Good thing it isn’t.

#5
Dilandach1:44 pm, 25 Jan 13

Aaroncbr said :

Dilandach said :

If it were up to me, most of the worst members of society once caught wouldn’t get jail. They’d be thrown up against the wall, asked for any last words then society made just that little bit better.

Good thing it isn’t.

So I can count on your vote in 2013?

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