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Police Seeking Witnesses To This Incident. Can You Help?

At about 11pm last night, Thursday 24 March 2016, Police observed a silver Volvo sedan travelling at speed, in a westerly direction on Beach Road Girrawheen.
Police activated their lights and sirens in an effort to stop the vehicle, instead the vehicle accelerated away and continued to travel through several northern suburbs of Perth.
The vehicle travelled east on the incorrect side of Karrinyup Road and continued to accelerate away from police who lost sight of the vehicle and aborted the pursuit. A short time later police located the vehicle which had collided head on with a silver Subaru Outback on Karrinyup Road near Coleman
The two men from the Volvo sedan ran from the scene with one of the men arrested by Police nearby.
St John Ambulance officers attended and conveyed the man to St John of God Hospital for minor injuries he sustained from the collision.
The single occupant of the Subaru suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital for treatment.
Both vehicles were extensively damaged as a result of the crash.
The investigation is ongoing.
Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the silver Volvo sedan prior to the crash or the crash itself. Anyone with information are asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

Western Australia Police.


Embleton Pursuit Last Night Landed One In Custody – At About 7:30PM Last Night, 8 February 2016,…

Embleton pursuit last night landed one in custody –

At about 7:30pm last night, 8 February 2016, Bayswater Police were patrolling in Embleton when they attempted to stop a blue Honda Accord. It is alleged that the driver of the Honda failed to stop and attempted to evade Police, travelling at speed through Inglewood and Bedford.

While travelling east on Beaufort Street Police lost sight of the vehicle. It was located a short time later near the intersection of Beaufort and Drummond Street, where it had collided with 5 other vehicles.

It is alleged that the driver attempted to run from the scene, but was arrested by Police a short distance away.

The occupants of the vehicles were accessed by St Johns Ambulance and found to have no serious injuries.

The driver of the Honda, a 32 year old man from Perth, has been charged with:
– Fail to Stop
– Reckless Driving
– No Authority to Drive
– Fail to Report Accident Causing Damage to Property
– Drove, caused or permitted a vehicle with a forged, replica or false plate to be driven on a road

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Police Pursuit Spanning Across Six Suburbs Results In Arrest

Hello Readers

This Police Pursuit spanned six suburbs and sparked a search for the fleeing offender who was captured and arrested as a result. The point is, this individual put Police in a dangerous position. He, without regard to his own safety and the safety of many other people broke the law several times over. On this occasion it was fortunate that life was not lost, however there is damaged property to consider, the stress placed upon the Police Officers involved to stop and catch this man.

Thanks & Regards *S*

Police Pursuit

At approximately 8:45am on Sunday 30 August 2015, a Holden Captiva was stolen from a building site in Hammond Park.

Police officers saw the vehicle in Connolly, however it failed to stop, reaching speeds of 140km/h through Connolly, Ocean Reef, Currambine, Joondalup, Tapping, and Kinross.
The Captiva drove across and oval in Kinross, through a bollard, and into a no-through road. When it reached the end of the road it turned around and rammed a police vehicle that had followed it into the street. The Captiva then drove back across the oval towards Burns Beach Road. It was located abandoned a short time later on Aspley Bend in Tapping.
Officers searched the nearby properties, where a man was located and taken into custody.
A 28 year old man from Forrestfield has been charged with:
– 2 x Breach of Bail Undertaking
– Driver of a vehicle failed to comply with a direction to stop
– Driver Fail to Stop – property damage
– No Authority To Drive
– Steal Motor Vehicle
– Steal Motor Vehicle and Drive Recklessly
– Reckless Driving – Excessive Speed
– 2x Assault with Intent to Prevent Arrest of a Person
He is appearing in the Joondalup Magistrates Court today, 31 August 2015.

via Western Australia Police.

Perth Northern Suburbs – Police Pursuit


What is it with our youth today? They disrespect Police, themselves and everyone around them. Nine times out of ten they get a slap on the wrist for their charges and are often out committing the same offences again. I can imagine how frustrating this would be for Police. These teenagers not only put their own lives on the line they endanger the lives of the innocent public, the Police Officers that have to deal with their thoughtless actions. 

Regards *S*


Just after 9pm last night (31 July 2015), Regional Investigations Unit officers observed a Toyota Corolla in the Balga area that they attempted to stop. It is alleged that the vehicle failed to stop, travelling through Balga, Marangaroo, Wanneroo, Woodvale, Craigie, Padbury and Warwick at speeds of up to 150km/h and at times travelling on the incorrect side of the road.
At the intersection of Warwick Road and Coolibah Drive in Greenwood, the Corolla struck another vehicle but continued driving. The driver and passenger of the vehicle were conveyed to Royal Perth Hospital with minor injuries.
A short time later police were directed to a house on Warwick Road, Warwick, where the Corolla had crashed into a brick wall at the front of the address. Officers searched the area and three people were apprehended.
A 17 year old male from Nollamara has been charged with, Steal Motor Vehicle & Drive Recklessly, Fail to Stop, Reckless Driving, 2 x Dangerous Driving, No Authority to Drive. He will appear in the Perth Children’s Court on 4 August 2015.

via Western Australia Police.