Police report the crash occurred on Alice St at 3.45am.
Police report the crash occurred on Alice St at 3.45am. Contributed

Women charged after stolen car allegedly rams police car

UPDATE 2.30PM: Two women charged after a stolen vehicle allegedly collided with a police car early this morning will spend the night in custody.

Danielle Davis, 28, and Eniez Lomas, 31, did not make applications for bail in Ipswich Magistrates Court today.

Davis, from North Ipswich, was charged with one count each of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, driving without a licence, driving under the influence of dangerous drugs, failing to properly dispose of a syringe and obstruct police.

Lomas, from Goodna, was charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle and obstruct police.

Their matters will be mentioned again tomorrow.

 

Pair in custody as stolen car and police vehicle collide

EARLIER: Police have charged two women after a stolen vehicle allegedly collided with a police car in Camira early this morning.

At 3:45am police observed a vehicle, which was allegedly stolen from an address in Sherwood yesterday morning, stopped on Alice St.

It will be alleged the vehicle performed a U-turn across double lines and then drove towards the police car.

Police attempted to reverse but the stolen car allegedly collided with the front left of the police vehicle.

It will be further alleged two women then attempted to flee the scene on foot but were taken into custody by officers.

A 28-year-old North Ipswich woman has been charged with one count each of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, driving without a licence, driving under the influence of dangerous drugs, failing to properly dispose of a syringe and obstruct police.

A 31-year-old Goodna woman has been charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle and obstruct police.

They are due to appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court today.

 

Two in custody as stolen car, police car collide at Goodna

EARLIER: Two women are in custody after a stolen car allegedly collided with a police vehicle at Goodna early this morning.

Police report the crash occurred on Alice St at 3.45am when police officers on a routine patrol observed a white Toyota allegedly stopped in the middle of the road.

The police have driven toward the stationary vehicle and switched on their lights to in order to pull over the car. At this time the driver of the Toyota has allegedly attempted an illegal u-turn and driven into the police vehicle.

It is also alleged the two females refused to get out of their vehicle after the crash and police had to forcibly remove them.

Police say they were not in pursuit of the Toyota at the time of the incident.

Both of the women were taken to the Ipswich watchhouse and one of them has undergone alcohol and drug testing. 

The Toyota has since been towed from the scene and Alice St is now open to traffic.



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