Woman charged after allegedly ramming a Gold Coast police vehicle with stolen car

A woman’s been charged with multiple offences after allegedly stealing a car in Brisbane before ramming a police car on the Gold Coast.

Police spotted the stolen BMW along Ashmore Road yesterday morning and began tracking it through Bundall.

The woman then allegedly deliberately collided with the police vehicle before fleeing the scene.


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Police were able to track her down to Archipelago Street and Penrhyn Street in Pacific Pines around an hour later where they deployed a tyre deflation device.

The vehicle made it another kilometre before coming to a stop, the woman then tried to flee the scene on foot.

The 20-year-old from Pacific Pines was eventually arrested in a nearby park and has since been charged with one count each of burglary, receiving tainted property, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

It’s alleged the vehicle was taken sometime between midnight and 2.00 am on September 22 from a home in Hawken Drive, St Lucia.

The woman will front Southport Court on October 5.

Luckily, no one was injured.

Investigations continue.

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