Police will allege the 22-year-old is a “prolific high-speed motorcycle rider” who’s committed numerous life-endangering offences, including several speeds in excess of 150km/h in Brisbane’s north. He was arrested when an off-duty officer spotted his motorcycle in a hotel carpark. The man was charged with 36 offences and issued with 55 traffic infringement notices. He had accumulated more than $54,000 in speeding fines and the equivalent of 392 demerit points. Police observed the motorcyclist allegedly speeding several times. Picture: QLD PoliceSource:Supplied When arrested the Stafford Heights man had a backpack which allegedly had methylamphetamine and a set of scales in it, as well as 13 Queensland and New South Wales driver’s licences, four Australian passports, one UK passport and 13 Medicare cards. He also allegedly had possession of another cloned registration plate for the same make and model of his motorbike. On January 2 a police officer spotted the motorcycle bearing stolen registration plate “RUNIT” parked at the back of a licensed premises in Alderley. They immediately attended the location and the rider was taken into custody a short time later. The man was subjected to a roadside drug test which police allege returned a positive result. His motorcycle was… Read full this story
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