Stanley Turvey Wiki – Stanley Turvey Biography
Stanley Turvey allegedly fired a gun when police attempted to arrest him at a property in Katandra West, northern Victoria, at midday on Monday. He then allegedly led police on a chase before officers “lost control” of his car, causing the vehicle to roll over and leaving two officers with minor injuries. Police continued their search Tuesday, releasing a photo of Turvey that shows the fugitive with a distinctive grenade tattoo inked on his face. The photo comes as a series of disturbing posts emerge on social media including a video of Turvey holding a dog’s leash attached to a collar around a man’s neck. Residents have been warned not to approach him because police believe Turvey may be armed. Police allege Turvey approached detectives with a gun when they arrived at a property in Katandra West near Shepparton, northern Victoria, on Monday. Officers challenged Turvey to drop his gun, but he allegedly fired shots into the air before fleeing the property in a car. Neighbor Dianne said Turvey was shirtless and yelling as he confronted police. “All the police were crouched down and had their guns drawn,” she told 9News.
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Armed fugitive accused of more crimes as Victoria Police try to track him down
They kept telling him: ‘Put the gun down and put your hands behind your head.’ And then he just came back and said, ‘I’m not going back to jail again. Two officers pursued Turvey but lost control of his vehicle on Creighton Road before he overturned. The officers were taken to Goulburn Valley Health hospital with minor injuries and have since been discharged. Turvey then stopped at a random residence in Youanmite, where he allegedly forced a man at gunpoint to take him to Finley in New South Wales. The man was not injured and was released when the couple arrived at his location. Turvey regularly boasts on social media about being part of an outlawed biker gang, according to the Herald Sun. In a video shared on Facebook, Turvey is shown holding a dog leash attached to a collar around a man’s neck. He is seen holding a knife in his other hand as he shouts orders at the man, who is on all fours, and threatens to cut out his tongue. When the man does not comply with Turvey’s orders, he is seen pulling hard on the leash. In another video shared on Facebook, Turvey is seen threatening a man and asking him to meet him in Shepparton for a shooting.
“When you want to try it, come to Shepparton,” the post says. “Bring whoever you want and whatever little gun you want because if you don’t pull the trigger and kill me, I’ll beat you to death real easy.” Turvey claimed to be part of Finks OMCG after sharing photos of the biker gang’s dead boss, Brent Reker, on his Facebook page in February. “That’s my big brother… Finks MC Australia is my club and my brother is my family,” Turvey wrote. “I will give my life to support my brother and have a happy death.” Police believe Turvey is traveling in an allegedly stolen white Toyota Hi-Lux double cab utility vehicle with registration number 1RA-8AN. It comes after police responded to reports that a man armed with a gun assaulted a woman and stole her car in Witt Street, Yarrawonga, just before 10am on Tuesday. Police have urged anyone with information that could help locate him to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. He is also urged to surrender at any police station.