Police have found a man on the run for allegedly ramming a police vehicle with a four-wheel drive after he was pulled over in central Queensland.
A man accused of ramming a police car in a four-wheel-drive in central Queensland has been caught and charged.
Police say the 54-year-old was pulled over at Comet on Friday afternoon before he became agitated and drove away.
He then allegedly turned around and drove head-on into a stationary marked police car.
A 34-year-old male constable was able to get out of the badly damaged vehicle, but then had to jump out of the way as the 4WD again drove toward the police car.
Police have been looking for the suspect since, and say they found him at a Rockhampton hospital on Wednesday night.
He’ll face Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Thursday charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle, seriously assaulting police with a dangerous weapon and wilful damage of police property.
The officer he allegedly targeted was not injured.