3 May 2010

Police Wrap - 3 May 2010

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1. Idiot in Chifley:

ACT Policing apprehended a 17-year-old juvenile male yesterday afternoon (May 1) following a short pursuit in Canberra’s south.

About 12.30pm a Criminal Investigations (CI) patrol conducting proactive duties attempted to perform a traffic stop on a black Holden Commodore on Eggleston Crescent, Chifley when the vehicle allegedly failed to stop.

With police warning lights and sirens activated the vehicle accelerated rapidly away from police and a pursuit ensued.

Police pursued the vehicle for a short period but lost sight of the vehicle on Hodgson Crescent, Pearce. As a result the pursuit was terminated.

The pursuit lasted for approximately three minutes.

A short time later police located the offending vehicle secured in a car park on Marr Street.

Within minutes the alleged juvenile offender was located a short distance away and was subsequently arrested by police.

The alleged offender will face the ACT Children’s Court at a later date charged with traffic offences including furious driving and drive vehicle while disqualified. Further charges may be laid.

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ConanOfCooma1:10 pm 05 May 10

I like the short distance away where he was arrested.

The dumbass drove around the corner and parked his car.

What a role model! Does Mully have a little Bro?

buzz819 said :

JessP said :

Bet he was wearing a hoodie…

Nah a white g-string… nothing else… Thats why he ran, embarrassment…

Ha, I saw him, was an ugly sight

JessP said :

Bet he was wearing a hoodie…

Nah a white g-string… nothing else… Thats why he ran, embarrassment…

Bet he was wearing a hoodie…

Can’t put old heads on young shoulders

What a fuckwit. Sorry JB, there is just no ther way to describe such a person.

Children’s court my ass, he was driving a car. As far as I’m concerned that means you are an adult. Should give him three months in the pokey.

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