Emmaline Stigwood | 12:13pm October 26, 2012 | Gold Coast News
AN M1 gunman who shot out the window of a car in a random road rage attack has been jailed for four years.
Mahan Gheisari, 29, was this morning sentenced and given a parole eligibility date of May next year after he pleaded guilty to assault occasioning bodily harm while armed and carrying dangerous goods in a vehicle. Continue reading M1 Shooter Jailed for Four Years
Kate Lemmon | 27th March 2012 1:55 PM
A FAMILY of five feared for their lives as a driver tormented them on a major highway in a wild road rage incident.
Bryan Clerk David, 27, believed a father driving another car had cut him off, so he performed a dangerous maneuvre as two lanes moved on to the Centenary Hwy. Continue reading Road Rage Leaves Family in Fear
A MAGISTRATE who was urged not to bow to the ‘hot breath of public opinion’ over a Gold Coast shooting spree has refused bail for an accused M1 gunman.
Greg Stolz | December 10th, 2010 | Courier Mail
Mahan Gheisari, 27, appeared in Southport Magistrate’s Court today charged over the drive-by shooting at a young couple on the M1 last Saturday night. The female passenger was showered with glass as the bullet smashed through the rear window.
It was one of four gun crimes in three days on the Gold Coast, including a sniper attack on a businessman as he walked with his family through Surfers Paradise and a home invasion in which two teenage boys were tied up by a balaclava gunman. Continue reading Bail Refused For Alleged M1 Gunman
Anne-Louise Brown and Leah Finneran | December 9th, 2010
THE man accused of a weekend drive-by shooting on the Gold Coast will appear in the Southport Magistrates Court tomorrow, charged with a range of offences including attempted murder.
About 8.30pm yesterday Mahan Gheisari, 27 of Arundel, handed himself into police in relation to Saturday night’s shooting, which left a Coast woman with lacerations. Continue reading Alleged Gunman In Court Tomorrow
Gold Coast Bulletin article | 28 January 2010 | by Renee Redmond
Gold Coast-based Olympic swimming hopeful Daniel Smith still has a chance at gold, despite crashing his car into a house while drink-driving.
The 18-year-old appeared in Southport Magistrates Court yesterday.
Smith crashed his car through a concrete wall and into a house in Salerno Street at Sorrento in November last year as he was trying to evade police. Continue reading Second Chance For Olympic Swimmer