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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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KINGLAKE: Pest jailed for 12 months

Ashley Geelan, 43-year-old university student, formerly of Kinglake, was yesterday (Fri.) jailed for 12 months after pleading guilty to charges associated with stalking, breach of Court orders, and breaches of bail conditions.Over a four-year period, Geelan created havoc with an ongoing online campaign against identities particularly those in the Kinglake area and wider Murrindindi region.People

STONNINGTON: ‘Flemington man blows .181’

A man has had his licence suspended after being detected driving over three times the legal blood alcohol limit in Windsor on Saturday morning (Feb. 6). Prahran police spotted the man parking a 2019 Ford Mustang in a no standing zone outside a bottle shop on Chapel St just before 3am. The vehicle was parked

DANDENONG: Have you seen Steven?

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate Steven Sheen.The 31-year-old is wanted on warrant for traffic related matters. Sheen is described as 193cm tall with a solid build, brown hair and with blue eyes. He is known to frequent the Dandenong, Cranbourne, Narre Warren, Hampton Park, Wantirna and Ringwood areas. Investigators have released

BRIMBANK: Shooting at Caroline Springs

Armed Crime Squad detectives are investigating after a man sustained minor injuries from a gunshot wound in Caroline Springs last Wednesday (Feb. 3). The incident occurred on Caroline Springs Boulevard, near Federation Way, about 12.15am. An 18-year-old Kings Way man suffered a gunshot wound to the upper body and was transported to hospital with minor

HUME: Erratic drive on Freeway

Hume Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man following an alleged erratic driving incident along the Hume Freeway in Craigieburn. The 26-year-old Mernda man received multiple charges including theft of motor vehicle, possess a drug of dependence, possess identity documentation with intent to commit an indictable offence and dangerous driving while being pursued by

MARIBYRNONG: African gang problems

Officers from Altona North Wayward Taskforce are investigating a theft which occurred in Maribyrnong last week. Police were told four males entered a sports store situated in a complex on Rosamond Rd about 3.15pm on February 1. Once inside the store the group have selected various pairs of shoes, valuing $1800, and left without paying.

MONASH: Cigs stolen at Clayton

Detectives from the Monash Crime Investigation Unit are appealing for information following a burglary in Clayton. Investigators believe two men attended a service station on Centre Rd about 4.05am on Sunday, January 24. The pair smashed in the front doors and made their way to the cigarette cabinet where they used an angle grinder to

HOBSONS BAY: Stabbing at Williamstown

A man has been taken to hospital after suffering multiple stab wounds during an aggravated burglary in Williamstown. It is believed an unknown female gained entry to The Strand address just after 1.30am when she was disturbed by a male occupant. The man was then stabbed multiple times before the woman fled the scene. The

MANNINGHAM: Arrest at Templestowe reserve

Manningham Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man following a series of alleged burglaries, thefts and a police vehicle ramming in the eastern suburbs. The 33-year-old received 25 charges including burglary, theft from motor vehicle, handling stolen goods, obtaining property by deception and aggravated intentional exposure to police officer. The man, of no fixed

MOONEE VALLEY: Charges upgraded

Homicide Squad detectives have upgraded the charges in relation to a fatal stabbing in Ascot Vale last month. A 27-year-old woman was initially charged with a number of offences in relation to the incident, including seriously cause injury. Investigators have now upgraded this to a charge of one count of murder. The woman was due

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