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Saturday, 21 January 2017

Driver who mowed down shopper killing 4 including a baby and injuring 30 identified as James 'Jimmy' Gargasolous. He was arrested by Police




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Driver accused of mowing down shoppers in Melbourne was refused entry into a bar - and 'retaliated by smashing glasses and terrifying patrons' just hours before tragedy

  • Dimitrious Gargasoulas, 26, allegedly drove a car through crowds of pedestrians
  • The rampage killed four people including a baby and injured more than 30  
  • He was refused entry to Dogs Bar in St Kilda only hours before the rampage
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In the hours before James 'Jimmy' Gargasolous allegedly drove his car onto bustling Bourke Street and killed four people, he tried repeatedly to gain entry into a local bar.
Gargasolous, 26, is under police guard in hospital after a rampage through Melbourne's CBD on Friday which killed four and left more than 30 people injured, three of whom are in a critical condition.
On Thursday night, he reportedly tried to enter Dogs Bar in St Kilda and when he was refused entry returned to the establishment to smash glasses and terrify patrons.
On Thursday night, Gargasolous tried to enter Dogs Bar in St Kilda, and when he was refused entry returned to the establishment to smash glasses and terrify patrons 
On Thursday night, Gargasolous tried to enter Dogs Bar in St Kilda, and when he was refused entry returned to the establishment to smash glasses and terrify patrons 
In the hours before James 'Jimmy' Gargasolous allegedly drove his car onto bustling Bourke Street and killed four people, he tried repeatedly to gain entry into a local bar
In the hours before James 'Jimmy' Gargasolous allegedly drove his car onto bustling Bourke Street and killed four people, he tried repeatedly to gain entry into a local bar
Just hours before the attack, he checked in on Facebook at St Kilda watering hole The Dog's Bar, and implied he was wondering how to punish the unbelieving 'dogs'.
Just hours before the attack, he checked in on Facebook at St Kilda watering hole The Dog's Bar, and implied he was wondering how to punish the unbelieving 'dogs'.
The rampage killed four people including a baby and injured another 30
The rampage killed four people including a baby and injured another 30

Crazed driver performs doughnuts in Melbourne CBD before rampage


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About 10.45pm it is claimed the 26-year-old visited the pub for the first time, but management did not let him in.
'My wife saw him coming in through the gate and we didn't let him in,' Dogs Bar owner Gavin Breen told Daily Mail Australia.
'She had a bad feeling about him.' 
It is claimed Gargasolous then 'walked away and was not too happy' about it, before returning to the bar between 12.30 and 12.45am.
He pulled up outside the bar, with a woman in his car, Mr Breen said.
'He parked in the middle of the road, left the car door open, walked across the road,' the owner said.
'He walked up to a table at the front of the bar where some women were sitting and swiped everything off it.'
About 10.45pm the 26-year-old visited the pub (pictured) for the first time, but management did not let him in 
About 10.45pm the 26-year-old visited the pub (pictured) for the first time, but management did not let him in 
Four people are dead after a man deliberately drove into a crowd in Melbourne's Bourke St mall
Four people are dead after a man deliberately drove into a crowd in Melbourne's Bourke St mall
The moment Dimitrious Gargasoulas mounts Bourke Street footpath

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'Glasses, phones, everything.'
Then, according to Mr Breen, Gargasolous got back in to the car and drove away.
He never entered the bar, despite a number of his social media posts suggesting he was there. 
'He was very self-assured, had a bit of a swagger about him,' Mr Breen said.
'It was terrible what he did.'
More than 30 people remain in hospital following the rampage which began with Gargasolous allegedly stabbing his brother and ended with him being shot in the arm by police.
His brother, Angelo, remains in a critical condition in intensive care as do three other victims police hold 'grave fears' for.
Gargasolous will undergo surgery on Saturday for a bullet wound in his arm. 
The wreckage of a car is seen as police cordoned off Bourke Street mall, after a car hit pedestrians in central Melbourne 
The wreckage of a car is seen as police cordoned off Bourke Street mall, after a car hit pedestrians in central Melbourne 
A pram was dragged 100 metres through the middle of Melbourne's city centre by the car involved in today's horrific rampage, witnesses say
A pram was dragged 100 metres through the middle of Melbourne's city centre by the car involved in today's horrific rampage, witnesses say
People run for cover as Dimitrious Gargasoulas drives on footpath

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MELBOURNE, Australia — A man who was fleeing the police after stabbing his brother ran down a group of people with his car in a busy pedestrian mall in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday, killing four and injuring at least 20 others before he was shot and taken into custody, the authorities said.
The police locked down the area after the episode, which occurred at midday in the bustling Bourke Street shopping mall in central Melbourne, as the city was hosting the Australian Open tennis tournament.
The driver, a 26-year-old man whose name was not released, had taken a woman hostage in his car after stabbing his brother, officials said. The woman managed to break free before the car reached the pedestrian mall, with the police in pursuit. Video showed the suspect’s car spinning around in circles near Melbourne’s busiest train station as people tried to stop it. The man then drove another block to the pedestrian mall.
“It was chaos,” said Eugene Sewera, 31, a restaurant worker who said he saw the car drive through the mall. “Police were chasing the car, it was a red car, and it was chaos.”
Graham Ashton, the police commissioner for the state of Victoria, said that a young child was killed, as were a man and woman, both in their 30s. Five of the people injured were in critical condition, including a baby, and Commissioner Ashton said the death toll was expected to rise.
The police later said that a fourth person had died. The victims were not identified.
The driver’s condition was not released, but officials said the police had shot him in the arm. No information about his brother’s condition was released.
The city had already been on edge since December, when the police revealed that they had thwarted a plot to attack several places in Melbourne on or around Christmas, including St. Paul’s Cathedral. Several men were arrested; the police said they had been inspired by the Islamic State extremist group.
The police said the incident Friday was not related to terrorism, quelling speculation that had arisen in light of the recent terrorist vehicular attacks on pedestrians in Berlin and in Nice, France.
Victoria’s premier, Daniel Andrews, called the driver’s actions “evil.”
“A terrible criminal act was committed this afternoon in the central business district of our great city,” Mr. Andrews said. “A number of people have died, a number of people remain in a critical condition, and many others have been injured.”
Officials said the police had been tracking the man’s movements and called in an air unit for backup as he drove erratically into the city.
“The offender, we know a fair bit about his background,” Commissioner Ashton said, noting that the man had been charged with assaulting a family member last weekend. “There is an extensive family violence history involved — he has come to our attention on many occasions in the past. We also have mental health and drug related issues in the background.”
Witnesses described a terrifying scene as the man plowed his car into pedestrians.
“I saw the car, which was incredibly battered even by that stage,” said Maria Kitjapanon, as quoted by The Age, a Melbourne newspaper. “It was coming straight towards me on the footpath. It took me a couple of seconds to compute, so I stepped aside onto the road.
“As I was stepping off, another police car came about and rammed into the maroon car to make it stop,” she said. “There were probably 10 police surrounding that guy’s car, with guns drawn, and they fired into the car.”
A 3-month-old child was in critical condition at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, said Mike O’Brien, the hospital’s head of surgery. He added that the hospital was also treating a 2-year-old, a 9-year-old and a 12-year-old who were injured in the rampage.



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