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By Luke Voogt

Geelong residents have helped police arrest two crooks following a name-and-shame campaign which published the head shots ten wanted court-dodgers.
Crime Stoppers today named a further 10 offenders wanted by Geelong police on outstanding arrest warrants for local crimes.
Geelong Inspector Craig Darlow said police were investigating new information from the public after the Indy published images of the ten offenders last Friday.
“The community has been very proactive in coming forward with information to assist in finding the first series of wanted persons,” he said.
Insp Darlow praised everyone who provided information and urged the 18 remaining offenders to turn themselves in.
“We know who you are, the community will tell us where you are,” he said.
The Indy has published the images of a further 10 wanted offenders, one who has since died.
Tyler Graham, 24, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 25 January 2018 for offences including aggravated burglary, resisting police and multiple driving offences.
He is known to frequent Norlane, Whittington and Newcomb.
Travis Stahl, 31, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 11 September 2017 for offences including possessing a prohibited weapon without an exemption and contravening a community corrections order.
He is known to frequent central Geelong, Bacchus Marsh and Waurn Ponds areas.
Robert Willenbrecht, 19, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court in November 2017 for allegedly making threats to kill.
He is known to frequent Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula.
Jovo Lobozinski, 31, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 13 November 2017 for offences including wilful damage and contravening an intervention order.
He is known to frequent Geelong.
Mark Dagg, 28, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 8 December 2017 for offences including armed robbery, false imprisonment, driving offences and breaching intervention orders.
He is known to frequent Corio, Bell Post Hill, and Geelong.
Jeremy Portelli, 24, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 20 January 2017 for offences including careless driving and driving in a dangerous manner.
He is known to frequent Norlane, Essendon, North Melbourne, Diggers Rest, Broadmeadows and Campbellfield.
Darren Gregory, 50, failed to appear on 13 November 2017 at Geelong Magistrates’ Court for offences including contravening an intervention order and making threats to kill.
He is known to frequent the Yarraville, Laverton, Corio and Lara.
Caidie Naylor, 22, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 7 February 2017 for multiple theft charges.
She is known to frequent Norlane and Corio.
Jamie Wood, 29, failed to appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 17 October 2017 for offences including criminal damage and contravening an intervention order.
He is known to frequent Geelong.

Grant Rankin, 46, failed to appear on bail at the Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 31 March 2017, for offences including possessing amphetamine and theft of a motor vehicle.

He died in a car crash at Norlane on 11 February.
Part three of the Geelong campaign will launch in March and focus on unsolved crimes involving CCTV footage.

  • Ahmad Hossny

    They did not state their religions. I would say they are not muslims!

    Media will reveal and emphasise the religion of any criminal who is musslim only. But if the criminal is not musslim, the media will consider his religion a private matter.

  • Crystal Fraser

    Rest in peace Grant 💐 going to miss you around here..

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