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Senior Sergeant Richard Stephen Moore was filmed by several people plowing in William Farmer at a roundabout on Wilfred Street in Thornlie, southeastern Perth.

Police officer caught on camera plowing into a teenager and leaving him convulsive on the ground is found guilty of dangerous driving

  • Snr Sgt Richard Stephen Moore was filmed while plowing William Farmer
  • The incident occurred at Wilfred St in Thornlie, in southeastern Perth in May 2018
  • Mr. Wilfred blows violently on the floor and has grazes on his body
  • A magistrate said it was very dangerous to have a two-tonne car & # 39; very fast & # 39; to make
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A police officer who was filmed as he hit a teenager with his car and left him with injuries all over his body was found guilty of dangerous driving.

Senior Sergeant Richard Stephen Moore was filmed by several people plowing in William Farmer at a roundabout on Wilfred Street in Thornlie, southeastern Perth.

Mr. Farmer stomped violently on the road after the car hit him and he suffered a big scrap on his stomach and side.

Snr Sgt Moore denied any misconduct and claimed that he only wanted to block the teenager, but magistrate Tom Hall discovered that turning a two-tonne car was dangerous very quickly and sharply & # 39 ;, ABC reported.

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Senior Sergeant Richard Stephen Moore was filmed by several people plowing in William Farmer at a roundabout on Wilfred Street in Thornlie, southeastern Perth.

Senior Sergeant Richard Stephen Moore was filmed by several people plowing in William Farmer at a roundabout on Wilfred Street in Thornlie, southeastern Perth.

The court heard that Snr Sgt Moore and his partner were called to the area after reports from someone who knocked on doors and asked residents for cigarettes.

The officers confronted Mr. Farmer about the incident before he fled and they chased him.

The court also heard that Mr. Farmer was trying to open the doors of passing vehicles and Snr Sgt Moore believed he was trying to steal a car.

Snr Sgt Moore put a handcuff on Mr. Farmer, but he slipped away and kept trying to escape.

He believed Mr. Farmer could have used the handcuff as a weapon.

Mr. Farmer stomped violently on the road after the car hit him and he suffered a big scrap on his stomach and side. Snr Sgt Moore was found guilty of dangerous driving
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Mr. Farmer stomped violently on the road after the car hit him and he suffered a big scrap on his stomach and side. Snr Sgt Moore was found guilty of dangerous driving

Mr. Farmer stomped violently on the road after the car hit him and he suffered a big scrap on his stomach and side. Snr Sgt Moore was found guilty of dangerous driving

This is when Snr Sgt Moore drove into his vehicle, drove on the wrong side of the road and hit Mr. Farmer.

His lawyer, Linda Black, argued that Mr. Farmer & # 39; was a significant threat to the community & # 39 ;.

An ambulance was called and Mr. Farmer was treated at Fiona Stanley Hospital for minor injuries.

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Mrs. Black estimates that Snr Sgt Moore was only driving six or seven kilometers per hour when he hit Mr. Farmer.

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