Sent by an angry reader in Queenstown
Frigging judge sentences deranged Aussie to community work, instead of locking him up!
Drunk, deranged Australian tourist J William Roncevich went on eight-hour rampage in Queenstown, however, instead of being locked up, he was sentenced to do community work.
Roncevich has previous alcohol-related convictions in Australia. He admitted two charges of making threats to kill, three charges of assaulting police, one charge of common assault and one charge of resisting arrest.
J William Roncevich, 25, from Northern Territory, assaulted three police officers, bit a Korean guest, who had tried to restrain him, at a flee motel in Queenstown, spat saliva and blood, and threatened to kill police and ambulance staff on August 8.
“This was an appalling alcohol-fuelled abusive and potentially dangerous situation from your perspective,” said the frigging Judge Christina Cook during sentencing at Queenstown District Court, justifying the lenient sentencing.
“The defendant was left in the cell to calm down. However, while in the cell, he began to head-butt the floor [coded police language for kicking the shit out of the accused, while he was in custody,] then stood up and due to his intoxicated state lost his balance and face-planted on to the concrete floor [coded police language for continued violent beating of the accused, while he was in custody,] causing an injury to his eye and chin,” the judge said.
How much of the facts, news, information… are we entitled to know? Not much! If you ask the authorities (government, shadow government, police…)
More on that above later!
Other News in Drips…
Fatal Crash Pakuranga, Auckland
A fatal crash occurred at approximately 10pm on Reeves Road in Pakuranga, Auckland, on Wednesday, police reluctantly reported. A motorcyclist was killed in a crash involving a car and a motorcycle. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-pakuranga-auckland
Man found dead following Invercargill fire
A man has been found dead following a fire at an Invercargill residential property overnight. Emergency services responded to a fire at a block of five flats in Tramway Road shortly after 1am. The deceased man was subsequently located in one of the flats.
Yet another police pursuit ends in a crash
“Police initiated a pursuit in Manurewa at approximately 6:37pm tonight after the driver of a stolen car failed to stop.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/crash-following-fleeing-driver-incident-manurewa
Manawatu plagued by burglaries and thefts: How else would you pay for your daily “P” fix???
As the perfidious police farce continue to frantically fiddle the figures for serious crimes committed nationwide, Manawatu homeowners begin to seriously doubt the effectiveness of policing in their area.
“[Fictitious figures published by] Statistics New Zealand show there were 408 victims of theft and related offences in the Manawatu area in August last year, with the numbers jumping to 582 in August 2016 – a 42.6 per cent increase. ” [As for the actual figures, you’ll have to go door to door and ask each and every resident in the area, Moderator D.H.]