CLEVELAND detectives have charged an Ascot man with 28 offences after a string of incidents over more than six hours from Burleigh Heads to Wynnum West.
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Some of the charges relate to an incident in Celsa Street, Wellington Point about 5.45pm on Saturday.

The resident disturbed a man inside the house.

Police will allege that the man fled the house in a stolen silver Hyundai, which they located about 6pm in Shore Street, Cleveland where it failed to stop and sped away.

The Hyundai had been stolen from Burleigh Heads about 2pm on Saturday.

With assistance from Polair, police tracked the vehicle to Slacks Creek, where a passenger got out about 7.10pm.

About 20 minutes later the driver abandoned the stolen Hyundai at a service station at Slacks Creek.

Police will allege he used a shotgun to threaten a woman, who was filling up her car, before driving off in her vehicle.

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Police followed the vehicle on the Gateway Motorway before deploying a tyre deflation device in Stanard Road, Manly West about 8.30pm.

A police officer sustained minor injuries to her hip area and was treated in hospital after being clipped by the vehicle as it drove off.

Police will allege the man fired two shots out of the car window while driving on Preston Road in Wynnum West before another tyre deflatino device was deployed in Randall Road.

Police chased the 28-year-old man on foot before arresting him in Ropley Street about 8.40pm.

A 35-year-old man from Hemmant, a passenger in the car,was also arrested in Ropley Street after the vehicle came to a stop.

He has been charged with one count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

The Ascot man faces chargesincluding armed robbery, discharge of a firearm, serious assault police, going armed so as to cause fear, commit acts intended to resist or prevent arrest, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, unlawful possession of a category A firearm, attempted robbery and unlicensed driving.

Police recovered a shotgun from the intersection of Wynnum and Preston roads, which they will allege was thrown from the vehicle.

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