A 37-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly rammed a police automobile in Central Victoria yesterday.
The person is accused of driving an allegedly stolen Holden Commodore at officers in a divvy van on Vale Road, Moe, about 7.50pm.
Police mentioned the officers swerved to keep away from collision with the Commodore.
The Commodore driver is then accused of rushing off, colliding with a tree on Excessive Road earlier than allegedly reversing into the approaching police van.
The motive force allegedly tried as soon as once more to flee, crashing right into a unit on Excessive Road earlier than fleeing the scene on foot.
He has since been arrested, and charged with 38 offences together with deliberately exposing emergency service employees to threat by driving.
He’ll face an out-of-sessions bail listening to tonight.
In a separate incident, two cops acquired minor accidents after a truck driver they tried to intercept reversed and rammed into their automobile in Melbourne in a single day.
Police intercepted a tray truck carrying a ute on the Hume Freeway, Somerton, simply after 11.35pm.
Because the officers left their automobile to talk with the motive force, the truck reversed into the police automobile.
The truck fled and a short while later was concerned in a minor crash with a tanker on Sydney Highway.
Police discovered the deserted tow truck on Cooper Road Service Highway and the investigation is ongoing.