Why this Moranbah man smeared poo on a cop car
A CQ drug pusher was high on ice when he smeared his poo in the back of a police car during an arrest.
The father of three will spend a little more time in jail before his three-year sentence is suspended next month.
Police netted the 34 year old during a 12-month sting at Moranbah in 2018.
Christopher Anthony Wilson was busted attempting to supply drugs, including 4.5 grams of ice that was to be on-sold, between August and November last year.
Mackay Supreme Court heard he was arrested and bailed on October 27, and barely a week later had an explosive confrontation with police.
Officers had been patrolling around Moranbah when they noticed a rustling in the bushes and saw Wilson slip over a fence, prompting a brief foot chase.
The court heard a search uncovered housebreaking items.
When officers tried to search "a bulge in the crotch region" of his pants area, he acted out by "thrusting (his) crotch to the ground".
Wilson continued to obstruct officers by later pushing his crotch on the police vehicle and he was placed in the pod when he kicked the officers repeatedly.
He had to be tasered twice during the arrest.
The court heard on arrival at the watch-house police saw Wilson had smeared faeces throughout the pod.
Justice Graeme Crow labelled the behaviour as "disgraceful and disgusting" and based on Wilson's history was out of character and "rather an effect of the drug".
"You're the one who chose to put the drug down your mouth," Justice Crow said.
Wilson was found possessing 5.701 grams of pure methylamphetamines, as well as cutting agents and drug utensils.
He pleaded guilty to more than 25 charges including aggravated drug possession, seven counts of suppling dangerous drugs, assault and obstructing police and wilful damage.
Wilson's lawyer had tried to argue a three-year term was outside "the appropriate range" and pushed for two to two and a half years jail.
The court heard the supplies were "individual", "relatively disorganised" and of low weights.
But Justice Crow said, "two grams will put you in (the supreme) court".
"Obviously because it's such a powerful drug," Justice Crow said.
The court heard Wilson, who had spent 10 months and four jails in jail, wanted to join his partner and children in Western Australia once out of jail.
Justice Crow voiced his "grave concerns" regarding the 4.5 gram ice supply for on-selling.
Ultimately, he jailed Wilson for three years to be suspended on October 3 this year after 11 months behind bars, which is less than the usual one third. The remaining two years and one month will hang over his head for three years.
Convictions were recorded.