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AustraliaAccused police impersonator, 52, to fight charges in Melbourne court

11:26  18 march  2019
11:26  18 march  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Three teenage boys accused of attacking an off-duty police officer who tried to split up a street brawl are arrested and taken away in handcuffs

Three teenage boys accused of attacking an off-duty police officer who tried to split up a street brawl are arrested and taken away in handcuffs The officer and a group of passersby in Sydney's north shore tried to break up the brawling boys on Monday evening. When the men tried to intervene, witnesses say the boys turned on them. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Three of the boys, all aged under 18, were led away in handcuffs for further questioning Six police cars and two ambulances were called to the street in Newport. The fight reportedly began inside a beachfront home before it spilled out onto the streets. One resident said at least a dozen uniformed police officers were called to the fight right as it concluded.

Mr Spiranovic been charged with impersonating a police officer drug possession (GHB), handling stolen goods, and possessing an imitation firearm. Outside the Werribee Magistrates’ Court today, the accused remained silent when asked about the allegations. He will remain on bail until his next court

Accused police impersonator faces Melbourne court | Nine News Australia. A 52 -year-old Winchelsea man has faced court charged with impersonating a police officer. The man accused of impersonating a police officer pleaded not guilty to three charges in court Wednesday.

A 52-year-old man has faced court after allegedly pretending to be a Victorian police officer.

Zoran Spiranovic was pulled over by police on the Princes Freeway, Little River, on December 30 last year.

Accused police impersonator, 52, to fight charges in Melbourne court © Nine The accused outside court in Melbourne today.

When officers spoke to him, he allegedly replied, “You’re not going to like what I’ve been doing.”

The white Holden Commodore Mr Spiranovic is accused of driving had multiple antennas, along with blue and red lights.

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A 52 -year-old man has faced court after allegedly pretending to be a Victorian police officer. Zoran Spiranovic was pulled over by police on the Princes Freeway, Little River, on December 30 last year. © Nine The accused outside court in Melbourne today.

A 52 -year-old Winchelsea man has faced court charged with impersonating a police officer. Zoran Spiranovic, was pulled over on the Princes Freeway, his car

Police said they located a radar detector, calling cards, police sergeant epaulettes and Victoria Police lanyards.

Investigators later executed a search warrant at the accused home in Winchelsea, on the Surf Coast, uncovering a string of allegedly stolen items including an imitation firearm in the garage.

Accused police impersonator, 52, to fight charges in Melbourne court © Nine The 52-year-old will reappear in court in June.

When first quizzed by  detectives, the accused said the police items found inside the car belonged to a police friend, and that the lights had been purchased from online shopping site Amazon; he claimed he had plugged them in to test them.

The second time he was asked about the seized items, he became emotional and changed his story, the court heard.

Mr Spiranovic been charged with impersonating a police officer drug possession (GHB), handling stolen goods, and possessing an imitation firearm.

Outside the Werribee Magistrates’ Court today, the accused remained silent when asked about the allegations.

He will remain on bail until his next court appearance in June, when he will contest the charges.

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