Kids aged four and six were found in the back seat of a car following a low-speed police pursuit through western Sydney on Saturday night.About 9pm on August 8, police tried to stop the driver of a station wagon at Tregear, when they recognised the vehicle as being connected to several alleged offences.
Police will allege the station wagon drove through Tregear, Ropes Crossing and Willmot. It stopped when road spikes were deployed in Palmyra Avenue, Tregear.
The 36-year-old female driver and 39-year-old male front seat passenger were arrested at the scene. Police then discovered kids in the back seat.
The man was charged with 11 offences, alleged to have occurred in Ropes Crossing and nearby suburbs, between July 30 and August 1, including:
■ Break, enter house and steal (two counts);
■ Face blackened/disguised without commit indictable offence (three counts);
■ Enter enclosed land/without lawful excuse;
■ Having goods suspected of being stolen;
■ Furnish false information/statement; and
■ Commit s114 offence, having previous conviction (three counts).
The woman was charged with police pursuit – not stop – drive dangerously; and break, enter and steal (two counts).
The couple, from Willmot, were bail refused to Parramatta Local Court today (Monday).
The children are being cared for by relatives.
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