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Slow learning Richardson teen

By johnboy 27 October 2011 25

An 18-year-old Richardson man will face court this morning (Thursday October 27) after being arrested for driving while disqualified twice in the one day.

Around noon yesterday, police attended Fullerton Cresent, Richardson after reports of a vehicle doing a burnout in the street.

Police attended the location and discovered a large continual tyre mark along the street and a vehicle parked nearby. Police spoke to man sitting in the vehicle and questioned him about the burnout, but he allegedly denied involvement. Police left the area to conduct further enquires.

Police contacted the man later that day, and he then made admissions to doing the burnout and driving a vehicle while disqualified.

About 2.30pm yesterday, police were again called to the same address in Richardson in relation to a disturbance. Police will allege that the 18-year-old male left the police station and drove to his residence in Richardson. Police will further allege that, at the address, the man drove a vehicle into the passenger side of another vehicle, causing damage to the side door.

The defendant was arrested and taken to Tuggeranong Police Station. He was later conveyed to the ACT Watch House and will face the ACT Magistrate’s Court this morning to answer traffic and property damage charges.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Deref 6:29 pm 28 Oct 11

Another unassailable argument for setting up the stocks in Garema Place.

poetix 5:36 pm 28 Oct 11

ex-vectis said :

Or maybe I should learn to read an article fully before making a dick of myself with an unwarranted rant!

This is where I’m glad I subscribe. I can make a dick of myself due to haste or ignorance (I’m saying that about myself, not you) and then have 5 minutes to undick. I don’t always get back in time, but at least it gives me a fighting chance. It’s like loser tennis.

To get back to the matter in hand:

Pandy said :

farnarkler said :

I think he’ll be making the news for years to come.

Until he hopefully does a Mully.

This is really harsh, given the offences he has allegedly committed. He’s not Osama bin Laden, just a very naughty boy.

Ian 4:17 pm 28 Oct 11

carnardly said :

he is an adult now.

He has the opportunity to take a good path in life or keep on doing what he’s doing. It is now his choice to choose what he wants to do in life.

But, but, but … surely you know its always somebody else’s fault.

carnardly 4:10 pm 28 Oct 11

he is an adult now. He has the opportunity to take a good path in life or keep on doing what he’s doing. It is now his choice to choose what he wants to do in life.

bubbles2011 4:01 pm 28 Oct 11

bubbles2011 said :

@LSWCHP, if anyone is to blame for any of this boys actions It’s his MOTHER… she is not a dogs mother. this woman has damaged her poor children with her constant drug use and complete and utter abandonment as lil children. She has and still does show them the life they are living by dealing and taking drugs in front of them… i have known this family for a long time and thinks she deserves everything she gets and more… and feel sorry for her kids, but will always be here for them and love them. Something their mother has never done!!!

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