A 30-year-old man on a superb behaviour order has been arrested after being chased by police throughout ACT suburbs and the NSW border in a stolen ute.

Shortly after being stolen from a enterprise in Hume yesterday morning (January 25), a white Ford utility was concerned in a pursuit in NSW which was terminated after the motive force rammed a police car.

The ute then crossed into the ACT and by 11am was noticed in Harrison. ACT police say they disengaged and re-engaged the car a number of instances because of the threat the motive force posed to the general public, driving at 130km/h in a 80km/h zone and crossing on to the unsuitable facet of the highway a number of instances.

Police efficiently used cease sticks on Kingsford Smith Drive, however the ute saved happening its entrance rims. A second cease stick efficiently deflated one of many rear tyres.

The car in the end crashed by a locked gate in an space behind homes within the suburb of Ngunnawal and stopped after hitting a big rock.

After a chase throughout a number of backyards, police arrested the 30–year-old male driver. The person resisted arrest and offered incorrect private info to officers.

The person, who was on a superb behaviour order on the time of the incident, additionally produced a optimistic roadside outcome to a prescribed drug.

He’ll face the ACT Magistrates Courtroom tomorrow (January 27)) charged with driving whereas disqualified, failing to cease a motorcar, driving a motorcar with out consent, refusing to offer an oral fluid pattern, offering a false identify and tackle, livid driving, possessing an offensive weapon with intent and breach of fine behaviour orders.

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Ian Meikle, editor