Man charged following alleged highway rage incident involving metallic pole
Kurt Marshall, 30, will face court docket on Wednesday after allegedly stopping his Subaru Forester in entrance of a Toyota RAV4 on the intersection of Saltash Road and Hume Freeway in Yagoona.
Marshall then allegedly bought out of his automobile, smashed the passenger’s facet window of the Toyota with a metallic pole and demanded cash from a 66-year-old passenger. He then struck the passenger’s head.
A member of the general public alerted police to the incident on Tuesday about 11.20am.
When officers arrived, Marshall allegedly fled in his automobile. Police initiated a pursuit earlier than terminating the chase nearly instantly as a consequence of security considerations.
The Subaru was situated by police within the driveway of a house on Locker Avenue in Lurnea, in Sydney’s south-west. Marshall was arrested and brought to Bankstown police station.
He was charged with assaulting an individual with the intent to commit a critical indictable offence, being armed with the intent to commit an indictable offence, instigating a police pursuit, driving recklessly, and driving a motorized vehicle on the highway in the course of the disqualification interval.
He was refused bail and can seem at Liverpool Native Courtroom on Wednesday.