Senior Gold Coast police officer has perjury case adjourned

UPDATE @ 12.00pm: A senior Gold Coast police officer accused of lying under oath during a Crime and Corruption Commission investigation has had her case adjourned until next month.

Superintendent Michelle Stenner appeared in the Brisbane’s Magistrates Court this morning, however quickly disappeared after being told she didn’t need to be there.

The 44-year-old was suspended from the Queensland Police Service earlier this month after being charged with three counts of perjury and one count of misconduct in a public office.


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Her case will return to court in October.

EARLIER @ 6.15am: A senior Gold Coast police officer is due to face court today over allegations she allegedly lied under oath during a Crime and Corruption Commission investigation.

Superintendent Michelle Stenner was suspended from the Queensland Police Service earlier this month after being charged with three counts of perjury and one count of misconduct in a public office.

The 44-year-old is due to appear in Brisbane’s Magistrates Court on Thursday.

The charges come following an investigation by the corruption watchdog into a nepotism scandal that has rocked the Queensland Police Service.