Homeless Ice Addict, Serial Pest, And Drunk Lawrie Compton, Tries Alledgedly to Burn Down Australian National Review Founder’s Holiday House Near Yeppoon, Queensland
By Australian National Review Reporter
Homeless Ice addict, serial pest, and drunk Lawrie Compton tries to burn down Australian National Review Founder’s holiday house near Yeppoon, Queensland
Lawrence Compton has been reported to Yeppoon Police for constant trespassing, wilful damage of property, and a failed attempt to burn down the garage connected to the Byfield’s house.
The homeless ice addict sleeps down the road in Castlerock road and targets the property relentlessly, after reading false online troll reports defaming the ANR Founder.
In an interview with McIntyre, the Australian National Review Founder re the situation, he said “such individuals the Police need to take firmer action with after he was reported 2 months ago for threatening my family who was visiting, in an ice rage threatening to cut my brother’s children’s throat. The next day we found a beer can badly burnt with fuel in it and burnt paper next to the garage where he was seen the night before.
Ever since he has sabotaged the property and stolen property.”
So far it’s unknown if the Police have interrogated Lawrie Compton or made any arrests.
At the time of publication, we are awaiting comment from the Yeppoon Police.