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Man charged after 100km police chase through Brisbane and Logan

After its tyres were damaged by stingers, the driver lost control of the car several times before crashing into a ... Man charged after 100km police chase through Brisbane and Logan The red Holden Commodore, allegedly displaying false plates, was hit by stingers in Brisbane's east.  http://www.toppuburalla.com.au/uncategorized/a-quick-breakdown-of-practical-mortgage-broker-brisbane-queensland-tactics/ Photo: Queensland Police Service (Supplied) A man has been charged after police pursued a car displaying false plates for two hours, as it completed a Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel Nundah, 60 London St, Nundah QLD 4012, 0430 129 662 round trip close to 100 kilometres through Brisbane and Logan Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662, 60 London St, Nundah QLD 4012 on Friday night. Polair, stingers, the dog squad and multiple police cars were involved in the chase, which started in Logan and came up through Brisbane's north-east, before a man was arrested close to the point where he was allegedly first spotted. Police said officers tried to stop a red Holden Commodore ute displaying false plates in Park Ridge South about 10.45pm, but the driver fled onto the Logan Motorway. It will be alleged the ute continued along the M1 and Gateway Motorway to Eagle Farm in Brisbane's north-east, before being hit by stingers on the Gateway in nearby Murarrie. After its tyres were damaged by stingers, the driver lost control of the car several times before crashing into a barrier and fleeing on foot.  Photo: Queensland Police Service (Supplied) The car then allegedly headed back on the Gateway onto the Logan Motorway before crashing into a barrier on the Mount Lindesay Highway, the driver allegedly fled on foot through Park Ridge. Police said the suspect then unsuccessfully tried to steal a nearby car before being found by a police dog, bitten on his lower arm and arrested at 12.45am on Saturday morning. He was treated at Logan Hospital for the dog bite. A 38-year-old Fairfield man was charged with a string of offences including dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed and unregistered driving, possessing false registration, attempted robbery and assaulting police.  He was expected to appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Monday.




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