Police say passenger hit taxi driver with barbs with knife

Police say passenger hit taxi driver with barbs with knife

A passenger was arrested this morning after allegedly hitting a taxi driver with a barbs-style object during a night out at the Sydney Opera House.

Police allege the alleged assault happened at 4:30pm at the intersection of Central and William streets in Fitzroy.

The man was spotted running around the intersection by taxi drivers, leading the police to his flat at 9:45pm.

Police allege the man우리카지노, who is understood to be 22 years of age, hit a taxi driver with a knife as he fled the scene.

The man was found nearby by other passengers.

Police say he has been taken into police custody to face court this morning.

He was charged with criminal damage and disorderly conduct.

Inspector Ian Macdonal더킹카지노d says the incident had no criminal motivation and that “the taxi driver was struck by a taxi in the CBD.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:apronx crime, law-crime-and-justice, street-art, law-crime-and-justice, sydney-2000

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