Police question Perth vigilante after ‘thief’ chase ends in crash

“Ronaldo is a carefree boy and he took off his shirt for you. I am paying the price.”

“She shouldn’t have taken the law into her own hands. Leave it to the police, I know they all say so, don’t take the law into your own hands.

The Kruger burst into flames in the crash. 18-year-old Ronaldo Penny is fighting for his life in the hospital. credit:Composite image

Nine News Perth The BMW hatchback that crashed in Varga on Wednesday afternoon is also reportedly linked to the motorcycle theft.

After the BMW was reportedly stolen Monday morning, he was driven to Dalkeith’s home where the bike was allegedly taken before the crash in Hillarys.

Branch said the fact that Monday’s Hillary crash led to hospitalization wasn’t the result everyone was hoping for.


“People should call the police at the earliest opportunity and leave control in the hands of the police,” he said.

“Again, this is an active investigation, so I don’t want to come to any conclusions about what happened, but certainly we ended up in hospital and that’s what everyone wants. Not the result.

“I can understand the frustration of people having their homes destroyed and things stolen in them. That in itself is unacceptable, but at the end of the day it’s just property, not life.”

Branch said the 17-year-old was charged with aggravated burglary, motor vehicle theft and theft and faced a bedside court hearing on Tuesday.

He was granted bail but remains in hospital and will continue to be under observation.

Penny is obsessed with life and is in no position to be questioned by the police.

Police question Perth vigilante after ‘thief’ chase ends in crash

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