Wyoming man rams vehicles

Police have charged a man who allegedly rammed two 4WDs in Wyoming, with his daughter in the vehicle.
Brisbane Water Local Area Command officers attended Joyce Ave, Wyoming, at  7:30am on Wednesday, April 5, after reports of vehicles being damaged.
Police discovered two 4WDs with  extensive damage after allegedly being rammed,  tyres punctured and lights smashed.
Patrols started to look for  a man police believed could assist with inquiries, when about 11am, the man returned to Joyce Ave and was driving into other vehicles.
At about 11:15am, police saw   a green Pajero being driven along Day St and stopped it in a fast food restaurant car park.
A 44-year-old driver was arrested and a four-year-old girl was found unrestrained in the vehicle.
Synthetic cannabis was seized.
The driver was taken to Gosford Hospital for blood and urine testing before being taken to Gosford Station where he was charged with malicious damage; breach AVO; possess prohibited drug, and drive with child not restrained.
The Wyoming man was refused bail and appeared in Gosford Local Court on April 6.
Family and Community Services have been advised of the incident.

Media release,
Apr 5, 2017
NSW Police Media