A 50-year-old man charged with kidnapping a woman on Brisbane's southside has been extradited to Queensland after his arrest in New South Wales. Robert Andrew Bennett will also face charges of deprivation of liberty and common assault when he appears in a Brisbane court, after Grafton magistrate Robyn Denes granted the extradition order on Wednesday morning. Bennett is being transported in a police vehicle to the Brisbane watch house, and he is expected to face court on Thursday.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a woman claimed she was sexually assaulted by an Uber driver on Brisbane's north side overnight. The driver had dropped a group of friends off at an Alderley home, before continuing to Gordon Park with the woman. It was there the 22-year-old woman claimed she was grabbed and assaulted about 12:30am. The woman said the driver then dropped her home. Investigators have appealed for any witnesses who saw a blue 2015 Renault Captur to come forward.
A 50-year-old man has been charged with kidnapping and assaulting a woman from Brisbane's southside. Police allege the 22-year-old woman was taken from a Darra home on Monday night, held against her will, assaulted and threatened with further violence. They said the woman was driven to several locations before being released about 1:30pm Tuesday. Overnight, police charged the man in the New South Wales town of Grafton. Queensland detectives are expected to seek his extradition.
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