DETECTIVES arrested two teenagers this morning in regards to alleged incidents in Ballarat earlier in the week.
The detectives from the Ballarat Divisional Response Unit arrested a 17-year-old girl and a 17-year-old boy at a Sebastopol address in regards to a string of events on Wednesday, July 10.
Police initially spotted an allegedly stolen Nissan Pulsar travelling along the wrong side of Humffray Street at 11am that day.
Police attempted to intercept the vehicle but it sped away.
A male senior sergeant on patrol later spotted the same vehicle on Queen Street, where it is alleged to have veered on to the wrong side of the road in an attempt to ram the police car.
The senior sergeant was able to evade a collision and was not injured.
The Nissan Pulsar again fled the scene.
The male has been charged with 30 offences including:
- Aggravated intentional exposure of an emergency service worker to risk by driving
- Attempted armed robbery
- Assault with a weapon
- Possessing a weapon
- Aggravated burglary
- Theft of and from a motor vehicle
- Evading police
- Other driving-related matters
The female has also been charged with several offences including theft of and from a motor vehicle and driving-related matters.
Both are expected to appear in children's court.
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