‘Violent’ and on the loose

WANTED: From clockwise top left, Shane Kennedy, Craig Rogers, Sapphire Mankey and Korey Cripps.

By Luke Voogt

Police have stepped up their hunt for six Geelong locals who failed to show in court or breached court orders for alleged offences including violent crimes.

On Wednesday police released mugshots in an effort to track them down.

Craig Rogers, 47, has one warrant for his arrest for failing to attend court over threatening to inflict serious injuries.

He was living in Geelong, police said.

Sapphire Mankey has five warrants for her arrest, relating to contravening court orders, failing to appear on bail, assaults, threats and property damage offences.

She was living in Geelong, police said.

Korey Cripps, 33, has seven warrants for his arrest for failing to appear in court for contravening court orders.

He was living in Geelong, police said.

Steve Rich, 47, has six outstanding warrants. Police described him as approximately 170cm tall, of medium build and fair complexion.

They said he frequented South Geelong.

Tameeka Robinson, 18, has four outstanding warrants.

Police described her as approximately 170cm tall, of thin build, with brown hair and fair complexion.

They said she frequented Newtown.

Shane Kennedy, 29, has two outstanding warrants.

Police described him as approximately 165cm tall, of medium build, with brown hair and fair complexion.

They said he frequented Belmont.

Shane Bausch, who allegedly caused a crash killing a 31-week-old unborn child, was still at large this week after recently missing his court date.

A Victoria Police spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday that police were yet to arrest the 57-year-old from Bell Post Hill.

The crash occurred about 4pm on 28 March, 2016, on Midland Hwy, leaving a 31-year-old Ballarat North woman with serious injuries and killing her unborn child.

Mr Bausch last appeared at Geelong County Court in April where a judge ordered him to stand trial before a jury later this year.

But he failed to show at his most recent court date.

Police urged anyone with information on any of the wanted individuals to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 or visit www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

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