Curnow held by police

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Updated: November 20, 2015
Charlie Curnow in action for the Geelong Falcons. Picture: BRIAN BARTLETT
Charlie Curnow in action for the Geelong Falcons. Picture: BRIAN BARTLETT

Charlie Curnow in action for the Geelong Falcons. Picture: BRIAN BARTLETT

CHARLIE Curnow has spent time at Geelong police station after refusing a breath test.

The 18-year-old was held by officers in the early hours of this morning after he was pulled over for going through a stop sign.

Curnow, the brother of Carlton’s Ed, is considered a top-five prospect in next Tuesday’s draft, with Melbourne at pick three or Essendon at picks 4 and 5 likely destinations.

“He was pulled over by police for driving through a stop sign. A breath test was requested to which Charlie, in his moment of panic, refused,” a statement from manager Paul Connors said.
“He was taken to a police station. Charges against Charlie could be being drunk in public, refusing breath analysis and not displaying P-plates.”

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