Former NRL prop Brent Kite set to face Queanbeyan court after tense police confrontation | Canberra time

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A confrontation which saw police smash the window of Brent Kite’s car will bring the former NRL premiership winner to Queanbeyan Local Court on February 28. Clive Churchill’s former medal-winning prop reportedly ignored police requests to surrender his license and undertake random breathing. test, keeping his window closed after being arrested in Queanbeyan on Wednesday afternoon. Police reportedly spoke to him for more than 15 minutes before breaking the car window to get into the vehicle, after a license plate check reportedly revealed Kite was driving an unregistered car in Lowe St. Kite allegedly was arrested and charged in Queanbeyan. Police station without a driver’s license and driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle A blood and alcohol test gave a negative result. MORE SPORT ‘At approximately 4.25pm ​​on Wednesday (February 9, 2022) Monaro Police District officers were patrolling Queanbeyan when they detected a vehicle which had its registration deregistered,’ a statement from NSW Police said. “Police ordered the vehicle to stop, which stopped at a unit complex near Lowe Street. “Officers explained to the driver why he had been stopped and asked him repeatedly to lower his window to provide his driver’s license and for the purpose of a breath test. “The man reportedly refused to comply with instructions and officers forced their way in through the driver’s side window, before the 40-year-old man was arrested. “He was taken to Queanbeyan Police Station where he returned a negative breath test and was charged with refusing to produce an Australian driving licence/state name/address, operating an unregistered Class A motor vehicle on the road and operating an unregistered motor vehicle assured. “The man is due to appear in Queanbeyan Local Court on Monday, February 28, 2022.” Man of the Match in the 2008 NRL Grand Final, Kite made five appearances for Australia and Tonga, while playing 10 games for NSW at State of Origin level. Kite’s NRL career ended in 2015 after 313 games at St George Illawarra, Manly and Penrith. Junior Queanbeyan, now 40, won two premierships with Manly in a golden period for the Sea Eagles throughout a glittering career. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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