The Mount Isa Crime, Monday January 10


Property crimes, Mount Isa

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with a number of property offenses in Mount Isa, both recently and in late 2021.

In November, it was alleged that he and other youths entered an unlocked vehicle at a McIntyre Street address and removed a headlamp.

They then reportedly entered the home through an unlocked door and removed a second headlamp. The group was disturbed by an occupant and fled.

At around 2 a.m. on December 28, it is alleged that he and other youths entered a vehicle parked on Barton Street, using previously stolen vehicle keys and drove it away from the address.

The damaged vehicle was located on a dirt road behind Barton Street at around 7:10 a.m.

At approximately 2:55 a.m. on January 3, it is alleged that he and other youths entered a vehicle parked in a rear parking lot of licensed premises on Rodeo Drive, smashing the passenger’s window.

Once inside, it is alleged that they found and removed $ 4000 in Australian currency and a bag of drugs. CCTV captured the violation.

At around 12:05 p.m. on Saturday January 8, it is alleged that he entered an unlocked vehicle parked at a Camooweal Street gas station and began to search the cabin.

The boy reportedly locked himself in the vehicle when he realized he had been observed by a witness. The police arrived a few minutes later and arrested him.

A 12-year-old pioneer has been charged with two counts of entering premises and breaking and entering and one count each; enter premises with the intention of committing an indictable offense, burglary and committing an indictable offense, the illegal use of a motor vehicle and possessing the pipe which had been used.

He has been denied bail and is due to appear in Mount Isa Juvenile Court.

Property offenses and assault causing bodily harm, Mount Isa

In the early hours of December 25, it is alleged that a boy entered a West Street residence by smashing a kitchen window.

Once inside, it is alleged that he located and removed two bottles of alcohol, a wristwatch and other jewelry, makeup items, a portable speaker and a sum of Australian currency.

In addition, he allegedly unwrapped several Christmas presents, but took no items.

At around 10:25 p.m. on January 2, he and another youth entered a courtyard in Nambut Crescent to access a nearby address.

Once inside the neighboring courtyard, they reportedly made their way to a downstairs storage area and stole food from a refrigerator.

The boys then returned to the adjoining yard, but were chased away by an occupant.

At approximately 2:10 a.m. on January 3, it is alleged that he and his co-offenders entered an address on Rebecca Street, skipping a back fence and then gained access to the accommodation, through the back door.

Once inside the house, they allegedly stole five bottles of alcohol, a laptop computer, a wallet, vehicle and motorcycle keys.

The occupant awoke and the group fled, only to return shortly after and allegedly attempted to steal the vehicle parked in the driveway, also taking a spare key left in the glove box.

The male victim allegedly confronted the boy, who was sitting in the driver’s seat and attempted to get him out of the vehicle. The couple continued around the vehicle, until the boy armed himself with a piece of wood.

It is alleged that the others involved started throwing stones at the victim and that he was also hit in the chest by the piece of wood, which caused a scratch on his chest and affected the movement of the victim. his right arm. CCTV captured the violation.

A 17-year-old pioneer has been charged with three counts of burglary and indictment and one count each; attempted illegal use of a motor vehicle, assault causing bodily harm while armed, and trespassing.

He was denied bail and was returned to Mount Isa Children’s Court at a later date.

Five other people were charged last week in connection with the offense.

An 18-year-old Sunset man, two 16-year-old Pioneer boys and a 15-year-old Pioneer boy have each been charged with burglary and indictment, attempted illegal use of a motor vehicle and assault causing bodily harm while armed.

The three youths have been denied bail and are due to appear in Mount Isa Children’s Court at a later date. The 18-year-old was released on bail to appear in Mount Isa Magistrate’s Court on January 17.

A 21-year-old Pioneer man has also been charged with receiving contaminated property in connection with the case and is due to appear in Mount Isa Magistrates’ Court on January 17.

Enter with intention, Urandangi

At approximately 12:20 a.m. on Saturday January 8, it was alleged that a boy entered an authorized Hutton Street location and removed three cartons of alcohol.

A 17-year-old pioneer has been accused of entering premises and committing a criminal act in connection with the case.

He was charged with a second count of entering premises and a criminal act for committing a similar crime in August 2021, where he allegedly stole two cartons of alcohol from the same establishment.

He has been denied bail and is due to appear in Mount Isa Juvenile Court.

Attempt to break gas station, Mount Isa

At approximately 3:20 a.m. on Saturday, January 8, police were dispatched to a Camooweal Street gas station in connection with a man attempting to enter the store.

Police arrived a few minutes later and located a man who matched the description given. He was then arrested. The offense was captured on CCTV.

A 33-year-old man from Soldiers Hill has been charged with attempting to enter the premises with intent to commit an indictable offense.

He received a notice to appear in Mount Isa Magistrates’ Court on March 7.

If you have information for the police, contact Policelink by providing the information using the 24 hour online suspicious activity form at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

Anonymously report criminal information through Crime Stoppers. Call 1 800 333 000 or register online at www.crimestopersqld.com.au.

Cite these reference numbers: QP2101657957, QP2102162648, QP2102401232, QP2102415069, QP2200011869, QP2200012793, QP2200012849, QP2200014185, QP2200033113, QP22000392584726, QP2200012793, QP2200012849, QP2200014185, QP2200033113, QP22000392584726, QP2200012793

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