Adelaide motorcyclist arrested for 92 offences in 96 days

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A motorcyclist has been arrested for racking up an alleged ninety two traffic and theft offences in just 96 times across the northern suburbs.

Detectives investigating the a few-thirty day period criminal offense spree charged a 29-yr-aged Smithfield Plains man on Tuesday.

Law enforcement will allege the man dedicated a number of driving and theft offences applying a motorbike exhibiting false plates concerning November four, 2019, and February 7 this yr.

The man has been charged with 23 counts of driving though disqualified, 23 counts of applying a false or imitation selection plate and 23 counts of applying an unassigned selection plate.

He has been additional charged with ten counts of contravening crimson traffic light-weight, six counts of exceeding the velocity restrict, six counts of petrol theft and a single depend of shop theft.

The man, whose bike was impounded, was refused police bail and will seem in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court docket on Wednesday.