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Alleged Gunaglin Lakes thief brought back

By johnboy - 15 June 2013 3

A 19-year-old man has been charged with aggravated robbery following a successful extradition from NSW by ACT Policing detectives yesterday (Friday, June 14).

Police will allege the man (who was 17 years of age at the time of the alleged offence) committed the aggravated robbery at the Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club on May 28, 2011.

The man, in company with two other men, entered the golf club and threatened staff before leaving with a sum of money.

On Friday (June 14), New South Wales police arrested the man near Gosford. He then appeared before the Woy Woy Local Court where he was ordered into the custody of ACT Police by the Magistrate.

ACT Policing Criminal Investigations detectives conveyed the man to the ACT Watch House where he will face the ACT Children’s Court this morning. Police will oppose bail.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Alleged Gunaglin Lakes thief brought back
bundah 7:04 pm 15 Jun 13

Pork Hunt said :

Could be worse Bundah. There is no statute of limitations for murder. Imagine an 80 year old appearing in the Children’s Court for a teenage offence…

Well they say the elderly revert back to childhood so they’ll be right at home..

Pork Hunt 4:52 pm 15 Jun 13

Could be worse Bundah. There is no statute of limitations for murder. Imagine an 80 year old appearing in the Children’s Court for a teenage offence…

bundah 12:05 pm 15 Jun 13

He’s 19 and he’ll be facing the children’s court because he was 17 at the time of the offence.Just imagine if they hadn’t caught him for say 5 years or so,would he therefore still face the children’s court FFS?

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