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passion8 View Drop Down

Joined: 27/September/2017
Location: Australia
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  Quote passion8 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: WANTED INTERSTATE
    Posted: 27/September/2017 at 01:10
My violent ex-husband fled to Vic 5 years ago, whilst on parole and then was bailed after committing a further offence. He fled before sentencing.

He has a long history of offences from theft, driving offences and severe DV assaults on me.

There are warrants for him in NSW but he is clean in Vic.

I have advised crime stoppers NSW and Vic of his whereabouts. Are Vic Police obliged to arrest him and send him back to NSW?

What can I do/who can I advise of his whereabouts so he is brought to justice?

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Joined: 09/October/2005
Location: Australia
Posts: 720
  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27/September/2017 at 10:01
You have done your civic duty by advising where he is, now leave the police and courts to do their job, sticking your neck out is a sure fire way to ensure you get back into his sights.

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