Richard Pusey accused of stalking, leaving cat litter, faeces and food around neighbouring property

The documents state that the stalking allegedly “involved the throwing of items such as cat litter, feces and other food in and around the victim’s property and the victim was monitored with a CCTV camera to cause physical or mental harm to the victim, including yourself ”. – Harming or causing concern or fear in the victim for their own safety or the safety of another ”.

He is also charged with assaulting an emergency worker – a police officer – on four counts on Wednesday.

It comes after police responded to a disturbance in his home last week. Officials visited his address on September 8th after loud shouting and loud music were reported there.

The police said at the time that the investigation was still ongoing.

Pusey was released from the Ravenhall Correctional Center on August 25 after serving a prison term for outrage on public decency and other crimes related to the crash on the Eastern Freeway on April 22 last year.

Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, Senior Constable Kevin King and Constables Glen Humphris and Josh Prestney stopped Pusey on April 22nd last year because of speeding in his Porsche.

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They were discussing the seizure of his vehicle when they were hit by a truck pulling into the hard shoulder.

Pusey filmed the cops in their final moments on his cell phone. He was convicted in April of public decency and other offenses related to his driving and behavior on the highway.

He remained in prison after being convicted of other crimes, including assaulting a woman.

In August Magistrate Hayley Bate ruled that Pusey had served enough prison sentence for assaulting a woman; two incidents of street noise; Sending threatening emails to a bank employee; and smash a bar of beer in a Fitzroy bottle shop.

She imposed a four-month sentence – already served – and ordered him to hang over him for an additional two years for the next two years while he agrees to behave and undergoes psychological treatment.

When he was released from prison, he wore an Arabic-style headdress, a face mask that read “Fake News” and a shirt that said “Get me Oprah” on the front.

He was banned from working as a mortgage broker for the next decade after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission said it revoked his license for misrepresentation in loan license applications and compliance statements between 2011 and 2017.

The commission also banned him for reasons of character because he lacked honesty, judgment and “no consideration for the law”.

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