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Man cracks dividing glass inside Roma police car

A man has been charged after trying to break the dividing glass inside a police car he was being escorted in last night.
A man has been charged after trying to break the dividing glass inside a police car he was being escorted in last night.

A 40-YEAR-old man will face court for damaging a police vehicle during transit to Roma last night.

The man was being conveyed to the Roma Watch House from Mitchell Police Station, where he damaged the vehicle by kicking and pulling the perspex screen of the vehicle.

The screen suffered several cracks thanks to the alleged offender.

The man was released and ordered to appear at court on January 5.

For more police stories, see tomorrow's Western Star.

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