A 14-year-old boy is facing court charged with attempted murder following an alleged road rage incident involving a stolen car from Mosman.
Just before 9am on Saturday 18 November 2023, the teen was allegedly involved in an altercation at a home on Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo.
Officers attached to Kings Cross PAC located the Mosman vehicle in Windeyer St, Woolloomooloo four days after it was allegedly stolen.
Upon leaving the property, the youth entered the driver’s seat of a vehicle parked on the street, where he allegedly accelerated at two people before driving off.
Officers attached to Kings Cross Police Area Command responded and located the vehicle, which is alleged to have been stolen from an address in Mosman on November 14.
Windeyer St, Woolloomooloo. Image: Google.
In a separate incident two weeks later, it’s alleged the same teenager was driving a stolen Kia with another boy, 13, and two girls, 12 and 13, as passengers, when he crashed into a Honda just before 1am on Sunday, December 3.
The cars collided on Southern Cross Drive, Mascot, and officers from the NSW Police rescue and bomb disposal squad and Fire and Rescue NSW freed the passengers who were trapped.
In a separate incident, it’s alleged the same teenager was driving a stolen Kia with another boy, 13, and two girls, 12 and 13, when they crashed on December 3.
It’s alleged the 14-year-old driver ran away from the crash, while the other boy was taken to Sydney Children’s Hospital at Randwick in a serious condition. The others were taken to the same hospital for observation.
The 19-year-old driver of the Honda was uninjured.