Former North Melbourne coach Dean Laidley in custody for stalking - ABC News

3/05/2020 5:29:00 PM

Former North Melbourne coach Dean Laidley in custody for stalking

Former North Melbourne coach Dean Laidley in custody for stalking

Victoria Police say former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley has been remanded in custody on stalking and other charges.

Former North Melbourne AFL coach Dean Laidley has been remanded in custody on stalking and other charges.The 1996 premiership player was reportedly arrested in St Kilda last night and will remain behind bars after not applying for bail today.Tests carried out: More than 129,000 Updated Saturday, May 2 Latest information from the Victorian Government "The advice that I've received is that a facility will be named if there is a risk of community transmission occurring," she said.North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first reported public appearance in weeks at the opening of a fertiliser plant near Pyongyang, state news agency KCNA said.

The 1996 North Melbourne premiership player faced Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Sunday.The 53-year-old from Moonee Ponds was arrested on Saturday night after an incident outside a home in St Kilda about 9:00pm.Watch Foxtel in an instant.The father of three did not apply for bail and remained in custody on Sunday evening."The fact that we've had seven new cases overnight does demonstrate that the situation is still incredibly fragile and that it is important for everyone to still continue to follow the restrictions around staying at home as much as is possible [and] to only leave your home [in the] very limited circumstances that are permitted," she said.He is due to face court again on May 11.."As the matter is before the court it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time," police said.US President Donald Trump declined to comment on the KCNA report.

Mr Laidley played for North Melbourne between 1993 and 1997, and was the club's coach from 2003 to 2009.A spokesperson said there was nothing to indicate that the paramedic had acquired the virus from patient contact.AAP/ABC.

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Not news . Distraction waffle from the real issues that a public broadcaster is supposed to be covering. 'Was arrested outside a home & did not apply for bail on numerous charges'... Top notch journalism ABC! Tells us sweet bugger all... but you at least used a photo & headline that makes him LOOK like a stalker? So fantastic MSM work... kudos.

Appears just the tip of the iceberg! 'Inappropriate tagging'

Ex-Kangaroos coach, premiership player in police custody: reportFormer North Melbourne coach and premiership player Dean Laidley is reportedly in police custody and did not apply for bail. So no footy journos across this or at the out of court hearing? What for? Ok Charged with what? If that was Joe Blow we'd be across what he had for dinner down to his shoe size... So.... Just asking why Mr. Laidley is apparently treated differently?

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