Pusey told police he appreciated they had wanted him to come in for an interview but said he could not do that, before being arrested the following day. Richard Pusey, Porsche driver in the Victoria police tragedy, has had his home vandalised with the word ‘DIE’. Pusey is also charged with the destruction of evidence, and allegedly removed two iPhones from his Porsche after the crash and before recording the scene. Richard Pusey is led from his home by police in Melbourne on Thursday afternoon. His lawyer told the court Pusey had mental health issues. He was urinating on the side of the freeway when a truck driver veered into the emergency lane and hit the four officers impounding Pusey's black Porsche, police said. Labour's Jacinda Ardern looks likely to be New Zealand's first outright majority government leader in decades after riding a wave of support for her world's-toughest lockdown response to the COVID-19 pandemic to a massive election victory. Follow it live here. Pusey didn’t reveal his personal life when the media asked him about it. AAP. He is due to speak at 11am. He is charged with nine offences including driving at a dangerous speed, reckless conduct endangering life, failing to render assistance and drug possession. Police also allege a drug test recorded traces of methamphetamine and cannabis in his system. Pusey House is committed to safeguarding and has adopted the Church of England’s … Richard Pusey is 40/41 years of age as of 2020 as he was born in the year 1979.; Born and raised in Australia, Pusey is an Australian by nationality but his religion is unknown. One of them, Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, could be heard calling for help before Pusey allegedly began filming the graphic scene. "All I wanted was to go home and have my sushi and now you've "f---ed my f---ing car," Pusey allegedly said as Sen Const Taylor groaned, Melbourne Magistrates Court was told on Friday. Pusey then allegedly called a federal police officer he knew, told her about the crash and sent her video, and also sent pictures of the crime scene to a witness, joking that he was hoping to get out of the fine. Pusey did not apply for bail and has been remanded in custody for a committal mention on July 16. NOTICE SHEETS The up-to-date archive of our Sunday notice sheets. Police informant Aaron Price observed a moment of silence during the court hearing for the four officers killed. Picture: Michael Dodge. Richard Pusey, 41, had been pulled over after allegedly speeding at 149km/h on the Eastern Freeway on Wednesday and tested positive to ice and cannabis. Richard Pusey is led from his home by police in Melbourne on Thursday afternoon. Richard Pusey, 41, had been pulled over by Constable Taylor for allegedly driving at 140km/h. He allegedly told a witness who stopped to help "that's my f---ing car mate" and is accused of asking a person for a ride to his home in Fitzroy. Richard Pusey, 41, was pulled over for travelling at 140km/h in Melbourne on Wednesday before the four officers booking him were mowed down by a truck. The mortgage broker is said to have called his wife and told her what he had seen while being given a lift to Fitzroy, and also spoke to his doctor about it. Pusey is accused of fleeing. Picture: Michael Dodge. An accused drug-driver allegedly swore at a police officer, telling her "amazing, absolutely amazing" as she lay dying after a truck ploughed into her and three colleagues on a Melbourne freeway. He allegedly taunted them as they died. AAP One of them, Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, could be heard calling for help before Pusey … MEET THE PRINCIPAL The Rev'd Dr George Westhaver is the 10th Principal of Pusey House. 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