Crime spree accused in custody

A MAN allegedly involved in the massive crime spree on Wednesday has been charged with 11 offences and has been refused bail.

Timothy John Nicholas, of Redbank Plains, appeared before Ipswich Magistrates Court on Thursday and was remanded in custody.

On Wednesday, he and a female left Boonah in a stolen vehicle and were arrested at Cunningham’s Gap two hours later by Warwick and Ipswich police.

The 27-year-old was charged two counts of attempted unlawful use at The Gap, unlawful use of a motor vehicle at Boonah, armed robbery at Boonah, attempted robbery at The Gap, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle while adversely affected by drugs, two counts of wilful damage, one count of driving under the influence of drugs and two counts of serious assault of a police officer.

His female passenger has not been charged.



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