Police have charged a man with multiple offences after an alleged shooting following a traffic crash in Bundaberg last week.
At approximately 5.00pm on Tuesday (August 23), a motorbike crashed into the back of a Nissan utility which had stopped for a red traffic light along Takalvan Street.
The ute driver got out to check for damage and speak to the motorbike rider, who then allegedly produced a handgun and threatened the driver.
The motorbike rider left the scene for a short time before returning and allegedly firing one shot at the driver and then leaving the scene.
The driver, a 37-year-old man, was physically uninjured in the incident. The two men are not known to each other.
The motorbike rider was located and arrested on George Street in Bundaberg on Friday (August 26), driving a Mitsubishi sedan.
Police conducted a search of the vehicle, uncovering a loaded handgun, a large hunting knife and ammunition, along with various quantities of drugs.
The motorbike involved in the initial crash was allegedly stolen from a Bargara address on August 17.
A 27-year-old Kensington man has been charged with multiple offences, including one count of acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm, one count of dangerous conduct with a weapon, two counts of possess handgun in a public place, seven counts of unlicensed driving, one count of fail to comply with duties of traffic crash, one count of enter premises and commit indictable offence, three counts of dangerous drug possession, one count of fail to dispose of needle and one count of possess utensils.
He’s been refused bail to appear at Bundaberg Magistrates Court today (August 29).
Investigations are continuing.