A man has been charged with serious offences after allegedly driving a stolen utility through Goodna last night before crashing.
It will be alleged around 9.38pm police observed the Toyota Hilux in the carpark of a licensed premises in Queen Street before it accelerated away.
The ute was tracked by Polair as it allegedly travelled in a dangerous manner around a number of residential streets in Goodna and Redbank Plains.
Police successfully deployed a tyre deflation device in an attempt stop the ute and a pursuit commenced.
It will then be alleged the driver continued travelling in a dangerous manner before striking two police vehicles and crashing on Redbank Plains Road.
The driver, a 23-year-old North Booval man, was taken into custody without incident.
He has been charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, possessing dangerous drugs, receiving tainted property, offences involving registration certificates, breach of bail, failure to appear in accordance with undertaking and stealing.
The man will appear in the Ipswich Magistrates Court today.
Two police vehicles sustained minor damage.
The ute was stolen from a Silkstone address on Thursday night.