Rockhampton man facing 60 charges remanded in custody

Rockhampton Police Station - generic. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Rockhampton Police Station - generic. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

A 19-YEAR-OLD Rockhampton man has been remanded in custody until his next court appearance in August.

Mark Frederick Conway is charged with more than 60 offences following investigations over the past fortnight in towns from Rockhampton to Bundaberg.

At 11.55pm, officers observed a reported stolen vehicle on Lower Dawson Road in Allenstown on Monday.

Police will allege they attempted to intercept the vehicle, however the vehicle was driven into the police car before it drove off.

It will be further alleged that between 9am and 10am, a man entered a Dunkirk Street residence in Bundaberg and stole a number of items on June 19.

Police found the man in Biloela this morning after allegedly evading police earlier in the day in Rockhampton.

He has been charged with nine counts of enter premises with intent to commit an indictable offence, one count of attempted stealing, 10 counts of burglary, one count of dangerous operation of a vehicle, one count of driving an uninsured vehicle, 18 counts of driving a motor vehicle without a driver licence, one count of fraud, and seven counts of failing to stop a motor vehicle.

He is scheduled to appear in Rockhampton Magistrates Court on August 7.

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