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Australia NSW Police Minister David Elliott cleared over alleged road rage incident

11:26  14 november  2019
11:26  14 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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David Elliott was allegedly involved in the road rage incident on October 27. Credit:AAP. Mr Elliott told The Australian the teenager had refused to give his details following the collision, so he told the boy he NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has endorsed Assistant Commissioner Jones' findings.

NSW Police Minister David Elliott has been cleared by police following an investigation into an alleged road rage incident with a 17-year-old P-plate driver.

Mr Elliott denied grabbing the teenage driver's arm during the heated argument on a Sydney road but admitted he claimed to work for the police.

NSW Labor leader Jodi McKay said the incident could leave Mr Elliott open to being charged with impersonating an officer.

a man wearing a suit and tie: NSW Police minister David Elliott was in a heated confrontation with a P-plater. © AAP NSW Police minister David Elliott was in a heated confrontation with a P-plater.

Mr Elliot said the 17-year-old male driver clipped his car and drove off on Windsor Road, Baulkham Hills, on October 17.

Police Minister denies grabbing arm of 17-year-old during alleged road rage incident

  Police Minister denies grabbing arm of 17-year-old during alleged road rage incident NSW Police Minister David ??Elliott has denied grabbing the arm of a 17-year-old P-plate driver during an alleged road rage incident in Sydney in October. Mr Elliot claims the 17-year-old male driver clipped his car and attempted to drive off on Windsor Road at Baulkham Hills about 9.40am on October 17.The teenager's father told the Australian that Mr Elliott "chased" his son "through the backstreets of Castle Hill" after the minor collision between the P-plate driver's Mazda utility and Mr Elliott's Lexus sedan. The father also claims Mr Elliott grabbed his son's arm. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

The NSW police minister will face no further action over a road rage incident where he told a P-plate driver he “worked for the cops”. Police said Elliott had attended Castle Hill Police Station on October 27 to report a minor collision between his Lexus sedan and a Mazda ute on Windsor Road

© AAP NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott speak to media at a Press Conference at the NSW Rural Fire Service Headquarters, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, Wednesday, October 9, 2019. The NSW Police Minister will face no further action over a road rage incident

The teen's father said the minister chased his son through backstreets before grabbing his arm, which Mr Elliott strongly denies.

"I spoke to him through the passenger's side. No one touched anyone," Mr Elliott said.

However, he did admit he "blew up" when the youth refused to exchange contact details and swore at his wife.

"He claimed he didn't have to, so I said I work for the cops," Mr Elliott said.

"He didn't believe me, so I gave him my business card.

"He said 'show me your badge'. I said: 'I pay for the badges, I don't get one'."

a man wearing a suit and tie: David Elliott told the teenager he 'worked for the police'. © AAP David Elliott told the teenager he 'worked for the police'.

An official police investigation has found no wrongdoing had been committed.

"An independent review into the circumstances of a minor collision involving the NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services in The Hills area last month has found the 'No Further Action' outcome of the initial investigation is appropriate," NSW Police said in a statement.

"Following media reports regarding possible additional evidence, NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller requested the North West Metropolitan Region Commander oversee an independent review into the matter.

"The review, which included speaking with relevant parties, did not produce any fresh evidence, and confirmed no further police action can be taken."

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