Wagga rock-throwing victims appeal for tougher crackdown

Wagga rock-throwing victims appeal for tougher crackdown Rock-throwing victim Bruce Dodds recently had $1000 worth of work done on his Toyota HiLux to have it “looking good”. Mr Dodds, from Lake Albert, was driving along Glenfield Road on Wednesday night when his ute was struck. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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Senior Constable Amber Brown of Wagga Traffic and Highway Patrol patrolled Glenfield Road yesterday as part of a police cracking down on rock throwers in the area. Picture: Michael Frogley

Senior Constable Amber Brown of Wagga Traffic and Highway Patrol patrolled Glenfield Road yesterday as part of a police cracking down on rock throwers in the area. Picture: Michael Frogley

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“The law’s basically just too soft on juveniles,” the man, who wished to remain anonymous, said.

“It’s too soft across the board.

“They’re just happy to let them back out into the streets.”

Crime manager Detective Inspector Darren Cloake said officers would be actively patrolling the area in an attempt to identify those responsible.

“No one was injured, but it is obviously a concern to us,” Inspector Cloake said.

A rock-throwing conviction in NSW has a penalty of five years’ imprisonment.

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