Police Wrap – 20 November 2010

johnboy 20 November 2010 7

1. Not the sharpest knife in the drawer:

ACT Policing has arrested a 28-year-old Wanniassa man following an alleged aggravated burglary which occurred yesterday (November 18) in Isabella Plains.

Around 12.40pm the alleged offender attended an Isabella Plains residence where he forced entry. The alleged offender then brandished a knife towards the three male victims in the premises aged 41, 23 and 15 but quickly fled the house and was observed entering the passenger door of a white Holden Commodore.

Police conducted a door knock of the area and AFP Forensic Services attended and examined the scene.

Around 6.30pm yesterday (November 19) the alleged offender was found and arrested by ACT Policing Detectives after a vehicle stop on Mugga Lane, Symonston. He was conveyed to the ACT Watch House and will appear be for the ACT Magistrates Court today (November 20) charged with aggravated burglary.


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Mystery2Me Mystery2Me 12:54 pm 21 Nov 10

Captain RAAF, in Sydney they all drive Subarus. Perhaps Canberra crims use Commodores because they are easy to steal…….

dvaey dvaey 10:15 am 21 Nov 10

breda, the official reason I heard for not having a ‘cash for clunkers’ program, is because it would take work away from ‘hard-working aussie backyard mechanics’.

Captain RAAF Captain RAAF 10:11 am 21 Nov 10

There must be a link to crime and Commodore owners, it seems that’s all they drive.

Also, take notice of the broken down, abandoned cars on the sides of major roads, again mostly Commodores and it’s not due to popularity, it because the bogans just don’t look after their chariots and need to pursue means of income to keep them running….such as home invasions etc.

facet facet 10:05 am 21 Nov 10

Wonder if he was carrying a Bowie knife, it may be the one stolen from my place. I have since installed good quality 24 hour security cameras and back to base alarm – worth every cent.

breda breda 11:31 pm 20 Nov 10

I have often wondered whether, instead of a ‘cash for clunkers’ scheme, the government should implement a ‘cash for Commodores’ scheme. The crime rate would surely plummet. Given the dimness of many of the bulbs on Crime’s Christmas Tree, I imagine that quite a few of them would just wander around aimlessly till they die without their Commodores, like bees or ants deprived of their queen.

dvaey dvaey 11:30 am 20 Nov 10

Out of interest, I wonder if this is the guy whos been knocking over houses in Isabella for the past few months?

Deref Deref 10:11 am 20 Nov 10

Quick work, guys.

No doubt he’ll get a severe wrist-slapping and be told to be a good boy.

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