The person was charged with utilizing a carriage service ‘to threaten critical hurt’ amongst different offences, a police spokesperson stated.
A person from Sydney’s west has been arrested and charged for levelling threats on the ABC’s Stan Grant, who final week took depart as Q+A host following a torrent of racial abuse directed at him after his look on the ABC’s coronation protection.
NSW Police arrested a 41-year-old man in Fairfield Heights on Wednesday night, following investigations right into a report filed with Sydney Metropolis Police Space Comm and simply earlier than noon on Tuesday alleging on-line threats made in opposition to Grant, police advised Crikey in a press release.
“The person was taken to Fairfield Police Station the place he was charged with use carriage to threaten critical hurt and carriage service to menace/harass/offend,” a police spokesperson stated. The person was granted bail and can seem in courtroom subsequent Wednesday.
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