Dangerous operation charges at Logan

A man and woman have been charged after an alleged stolen vehicle was driven dangerously in Logan overnight.

Shortly after 8pm, police observed the Mazda utility travelling on Haig Road at Loganlea due to its manner of driving.

Polair1 monitored the ute where it allegedly travelled at high speeds through residential areas, disobeying red traffic lights and cutting off other motorists.

Officers successfully deployed tyre deflation devices on Wembley Road at Kingston, however the ute continued.

It will further be alleged the ute continued travelling at high speed on the incorrect side of Browns Plains Road at Marsden before crashing into a garden bed.

Dog squad officers tracked the driver, a 19-year-old man, to a Holles Street address in Loganlea where he was arrested.

Ute was stolen from Victoria Point yesterday between 4am and midday.

The 19-year-old Loganlea man and a 20-year-old Kingston woman have been charged with burglary & commit indictable offence, unlawful use of motor vehicle, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, driving without a licence, breach of bail and receiving tainted property.

The vehicle was stolen from a Victoria Point address yesterday between 4am and midday.

Both will appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on February 7.

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