Queensland cops a dusting of criticism when they arrested an armed suspect for attempting to hold a gun to a woman’s head outside a house on Macarthur Road, north of Goulburn

Queensland cops a dusting of criticism when they arrested an armed suspect for attempting to hold a gun to a woman’s head outside a house on Macarthur Road, north of Goulburn. Police also accused them of not carrying out the standard checks required to keep officers vigilant. „It just goes to prove a point,“ a police spokesman said of the officers‘ arrest, which occurred on Sunday night. „You don’t want to have a cop who does something that he thinks is wrong, or gets himself in trouble for doing things which are perfectly legal.“ A man in his 30s, who said he was one of about 15 people with him who were holding hands with the woman in the house on the night, told police that he had held the gun to the woman’s head because he had a grudge against her. When asked why he was holding the gun, he told police that when he was arrested in March he wanted to „just shoot everybody“. He said he believed the suspect was acting with an intent to hurt the woman’s family, but police took him into custody after a short questioning.

Th수원출장마사지 수원안마e police spokesman said this was not necessarily related to their decision not to conduct the standard check required when arresting people with weapons – the standard check include에그 벳d a background check, and was not related to the woman’s alleged behaviour. „There are rules of course,“ he said. But police questioned the woman in an attempt to determine if she had done anything that might have been considered criminal by police. He said he believed she was acting in a way that police were able to deal with. He could not be named because he was working for the city – he had his own lawyer who had called police and complained that the officers were abusing their discretion. Police issued a warrant for his arrest as well on Saturday. He had already faced the standard check as he approached the house on the night, which would have been in breach of their policy – and they decided not to conduct it. The warrant – obtained by Fairfax Media from a woman’s family – included three photographs from the scene. Fairfax Media is working with the woman’s family on the issue, the spokeswoman said, adding that no request to provide her family with information as to her alleged behaviour had been received.

Police did not have evidence to corroborate allegations that the woman had be이천출장마사지en held at gunpoint at Macarthur Road, so had to assume she had committed the offence of „offence of violence“. Fairfax Media understands that police were attempting to establish the identity of a person with „high-grade weapons