Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS -


About 3.30am on Fri­day, po­lice at­tempted to stop a white Mit­subishi sedan on Banks Drive. As the ve­hi­cle turned on to Mamre Rd at St Marys, it is al­leged the driver ac­cel­er­ated and failed to stop. Po­lice pur­sued the ve­hi­cle to­ward St Clair where it stopped on Olym­pus Drive and the driver al­legedly tried to run. The driver, 23, was ar­rested and searched. Po­lice al­legedly found a replica firearm. The man was taken to St Marys po­lice sta­tion where in­quiries re­vealed he was a dis­qual­i­fied driver. He has been bail re­fused to ap­pear at Pen­rith Court on July 8.


ST CLAIR Robert Jack Becha­lany will face court next month charged with the mur­der of Luke Brown­ing at St Clair on April 14. About 12.20pm, a trail of blood led emer­gency ser­vices to a va­cant house where Mr Brown­ing, 27, was found un­con­scious. Paramedics moved him from be­side the house on Wills Glen in St Clair and worked to re­vive him on the drive­way but he died at the scene. The blood trail which led to Mr Brown­ing is be­lieved to have stretched as far as 150m through a nearby park. In­ves­ti­ga­tors ar­rested Mr Becha­lany at Syd­ney Air­port at 5.50am the next day. St Marys po­lice have formed Strike Force Neu­mayer to in­ves­ti­gate the in­ci­dent. They are be­ing as­sisted by State Crime Com­mand’s Homi­cide Squad. Mr Becha­lany will next face Pen­rith Court on July 31.

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