Warwick man facing many charges
A WARWICK man faced seven charges in Warwick Magistrates Court yesterday after driving two alleged attempted murderers across the New South Wales border.
Michael Geoffrey Abel was charged with one count of accessory after the fact to crimes, breach of bail, failure to properly dispose of four hypodermic syringes andneedles used in connection with the administration of a dangerous drug, possessing drug utensils (a water pipe and two metal pipes), possessing anything for the use in the commission of a drug-related crime (chemicals), possessing dangerous drugs and wilful damage.
Warwick Police prosecutor said it was alleged Abel was an accessory after the fact to an alleged attempted unlawful killing when he drove two people to New South Wales “in order to escape punishment”.
It is alleged the crimes were committed between May 20 and May 24, 2007 in Brisbane.
Abel remains in custody and will appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court tomorrow.