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Police are appalled at the ridiculous speeds they have seen – including one P-plater who was caught driving at 226kmh/ in a 70km/h zone – at the conclusion of Operation Safe Return.
About 2.20am this morning (Monday 30 January 2017), a 25-year-old P1 provisional driver was allegedly detected driving a silver Audi A5 at 226km/h in a 70km/h zone on Fairford Road, Bankstown.
He was arrested and charged with drive speed dangerous to public, speed by more than 45km/h over limit, and other traffic offences. He had his licence confiscated on the spot and is due to appear at Bankstown Local Court on 22 February 2017.
Acting Commander of the State’s Traffic and Highway Patrol, Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy said the message that speeding kills is not getting through.
“I cannot believe the sheer idiocy I have seen on our roads during this operation.
“Throughout Operation Safe Return we caught more people speeding in every region across the state than last year.
“It’s quite simple, people are dying because they are speeding. Speed is still the biggest killer on our roads, contributing to about 40% of fatal crashes.
“We will continue to take people off the roads who can’t stay within the speed limit.
“If people can’t learn to slow down, the unfortunate reality is that hundreds more people will die this year on our roads,” Assistant Commissioner Corboy said.
Operation Safe Return commenced at 12.01am on Wednesday 25 January 2017 and concluded last night at 11.59pm (Sunday 29 January 2017).
Throughout the entirety of Operation Safe Arrival: - 5780 infringements were issued for speeding, - 8353 other infringements were issued, - 302 people were charged with drink-driving, - 395 major crashes have been reported, resulting in 140 people injured, and - 4 people died.
Some of the behaviour putting lives at risk during the operation, include;
-About 2.50pm on Saturday (28 January 2017), a 24-year-old man, was allegedly caught speeding at 188km/h in a 100km/h zone on Ocean Drive, Lake Cathie in Port Macquarie. He was arrested and charged with driving at speed dangerous to the public and exceed speed by more than 45km/h. He had his driver’s licence and number plates seized and is due to appear at Port Macquarie Local Court on 22 February 2017.
-About 1.45am on Sunday (29 January 2017), a 30-year-old man was allegedly caught speeding at 196km/h in a 100 km/h zone on the M5 at Moorebank. He was arrested and charged with drive manner dangerous to the public and exceed speed by more than 45km/h. He had his licence and number plates confiscated on the spot and is due to appear at Liverpool Local Court on 22 February 2017
-About 10.50pm on Sunday (29 January 2017), a 24-year-old woman, was allegedly caught speeding at 144km/h in a 60km/h zone on Victoria Road at Rozelle. She had her licence confiscated on the spot and was issued an infringement for speeding by more than 45km/h.
-About 3.20am on Sunday (29 January 2017), a 31-year-old woman crashed into a power pole on Brighton Avenue, Panania. After returning a positive breath tests, she was arrested and taken to Bankstown Police Station where she allegedly returned a breath analysis reading of 0.183. She was charged with high-range drink-driving and had her licence suspended on the spot. She is due to appear at Bankstown Local Court on 22 February 2017.
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Who let the Dogs out… (we had the music but FB blocked it :( ).
Business owners in Welshpool are sadly the victims of burglary and stealing’s. On this occasion one business owner was monitoring his CCTV from an electronic device at home, noticing two males had gained access to the premises. Police arrived and located one male allegedly moving stolen goods through a hole cut into the fence, he was immediately arrested. Knowing they were looking for two males, Police Dog Floki was deployed and located the male hiding in long grass near machinery in an adjacent business. He was challenged by his handler and complied being arrested without incident.
On Australia Day Police and PD Floki were called to a burglary report. It will be alleged that a 66 year old male had been threatened with a knife by two males in his home in Kenwick. PD Floki located two males matching the description in an alley not far from the home. They were challenged with one being arrested and allegedly found in possession of a knife and the other male was able to run away. Floki was redeployed to an area where a member of the public reported suspicious behaviour. Floki found the second male hiding under a bed in a rear bedroom of a home. Despite numerous challenges issued by police to come out with his hands up, it will be alleged the male failed to do so. Floki was released took him into custody by applying force to his back. The male was conveyed to Armadale Hospital for treatment of a puncture wound.
PD Slam not to be forgotten about attended a report of a suspicious vehicle outside a constructions sight in Welshpool. Upon arrival Slams handler noticed a stack of copper wire next to the car. Slam was deployed to search the area quickly picking up on a scent, he tracked to the location of two males. The males were allegedly hiding in long grass wearing gloves, head torches and in possession of bolt cutters. Slam maintained strong vocal control of the males until back up arrived. Both males were arrested and charges. Hector lives – (for Longmire fans) Police Dog Hector was deployed in Mirrabooka recently after a stolen motor vehicle allegedly evaded police. A short time later the vehicle was located abandoned. A search of the area had located a female who was allegedly hiding in a rear yard with property we will allege was stolen. The female was taken into custody without incident.
Police Dog Faustus attended a report of a burglary at a Rec Centre in Booragoon recently. Upon arrival its alleged four males were observed inside one of the rooms. Police attended which has then caused two to run out of the premise right to where Faustus was waiting. The Police challenge was issued and two taken into custody without incident. Two other males managed to escape out towards Marmion Street. Faustus tracked them while police cordoned off the area, despite jumping fences the two males ended up coming out of their concealment and were arrested without incident.