Man Drives Car At Cops Before Pulling Loaded Gun On Them
A man who allegedly crashed a stolen car into a police vehicle before pointing loaded guns at officers in Queensland's Moreton Bay region will face court on multiple charges.
Police say officers were at a semi-rural property at Dakabin on Thursday morning when a man jumped into the stolen car and drove into nearby paddocks.
The officers parked their patrol car across a paddock gate but the man then allegedly crashed the stolen vehicle through the gate and into the police car.
Man charged with 30 offences after allegedly pointing a firearm at police this morning at Dakabin https://t.co/jFpNG5Eq2g— QPS Media Unit (@QPSmedia) October 20, 2016
It's alleged the man then pointed two loaded firearms at the officers before they managed to pull him from the vehicle and handcuff him.
A 26-year-old man will face 30 weapons, theft, fraud and driving offence charges, including dangerous conduct with a weapon, when he appears in the Petrie Magistrates Court on Friday.