Dangerous driving, dangerous conduct with a weapon charges – Marsden and Logan

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Four people have been charged following a disturbance at Marsden yesterday afternoon, Queensland Police say.

At around 5.15pm, police responded to reports of a disturbance on Lynelle Street where it is alleged gunshots had been fired at a residence.

Three men and a woman were then seen to leave the address in a vehicle.

This vehicle was sighted by police on Chambers Flat Road and then tracked by Polair, however it allegedly continued driving in a dangerous manner.

A tyre deflation device was deployed before the vehicle entered the undercover car park of a shopping centre, Browns Plains, where the occupants allegedly abandoned the vehicle and then left in a second vehicle.

This vehicle was tracked by Polair as it allegedly drove dangerously from the shopping centre before a tyre deflation device was successfully deployed in Kingston.

The vehicle continued driving until it finally came to a stop after crashing into a ditch at Slacks Creek.

It will be alleged all four occupants of the vehicle fled on foot but were apprehended a short time later.

A 25-year-old Waterford West woman has been charged with dangerous conduct with a weapon, fail to stop, dangerous operation of a vehicle, possess ammunition, disqualified driving and receiving tainted property.

A 27-year-old Bundamba man has been charged with dangerous conduct with a weapon, dangerous operation of a vehicle and carry dangerous foods in a vehicle.

A 33-year-old Woodridge man has been charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, dangerous conduct with a weapon and carry dangerous goods in a vehicle.

A 34-year-old Woodridge man has been charged with evade police and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

All four are expected to appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Monday, December 17.

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