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Police dogs assist arrests of alleged youth offenders

 

 

Aggravated assault in the Mall, rocks thrown at cars on Stott Terrace Bridge.

Crime wave by juveniles

"Unlawful entry at a bank," assault, stealing and a firearm offence – all in a night's work for Tennant Creek cops.

Police use drone in finding assault suspects

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Remote piloted aircraft used to find two men in Anzac Hill precinct after assault in The Mall.

Armed men bash George Crescent residents – UPDATE

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Four men were injured, one seriously, when they were attacked last night by five or six men in their 20s who are described as being of Aboriginal appearance. PHOTO: One of the victims, Alex Harris. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Man sought after aggravated assault on woman

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Police are seeking a man of Aboriginal appearance, about 175cm tall and medium build following an aggravated assault in Alice Springs over the weekend.

 

Four assaults on women in last three weeks

The lengthy sentences handed down today for the gang rapes of two European tourists in May last year come in the wake of  four assaults on women in Alice Springs in the last three weeks.

 

Man on arrest warrant 6 months outstanding commits crimes

A man with an arrest warrant outstanding for six months committed three aggravated assaults in the public places in the middle of Alice Springs, including the Araluen Park (pictured) where children play and locals picnic, seemingly making a mockery of our justice system. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Please note: This story deals with issues reported in a post on April 8 which was withdrawn to allow further research.

Liam Jurrah abandons bail application

 

 

 

Former AFL football star Liam Jurrah today abandoned his bail application and has been remanded in custody to appear in the Alice Springs Local Court, by video link, on May 29. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Alleged assaults at youth rehab facility: Barry Abbott pleads 'not guilty'

For the first time this week some detail emerged about what allegedly happened at Ilpurla Outstation last year that led to Barry Abbott (pictured), former Senior Territorian of the Year, facing charges of aggravated assault and deprivation of liberty.

Mr Abbott and his four co-accused, all members of his family, pleaded not guilty to all charges in the Alice Springs Magistrates Court on Monday. Their hearing is set down for December but defence lawyer Russell Goldflam had asked for a hearing to deal with legal argument.

How could this happen without some factual context, Magistrate John Neill wanted to know. So the briefest outline of agreed facts was presented on Tuesday afternoon. KIERAN FINNANE reports. 

Liam Jurrah committal hearing has late start, waiting for witnesses

 

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A smartly dressed but worried looking Liam Jurrah (right) arrived out the front of the Alice Springs Courthouse this morning, to a waiting crowd of cameramen, photographers and reporters.
The star footballer, from Yuendumu and now playing for the Melbourne Football Club, stands accused (together with two others) of unlawfully causing serious harm, going armed with an offensive weapon at night and four counts of aggravated assault.
It was something of an anti-climax when the prosecution told Magistrate David Bamber that they were not ready to proceed immediately. A number of witnesses are coming in from remote communities, chiefly Nyirrpi, and have not yet arrived, Mr Bamber was told.
A couple live in town and the case may be able to start with their evidence shortly. KIERAN FINNANE reports. Photo at top: Jurrah defence team Jon Tippett QC (with sunglasses) and John McBride confronted by media outside the court.

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