New Zealand fugitive charters helicopter to turn himself in

fugitive뉴질랜드 chartered a helicopter to surrender himself to police officers on Thursday.

그 남자, who faces multiple criminal charges, was on the run for 58 days in a rural area on the 국가’s South Island, his legal adviser, Hazel Heal, CNN에 말했다.
The fugitive flew from his hideout to the town of Dunedin.
    그 남자, who cannot be identified because he has been granted name suppression by the court, spoke about his time on the run to journalists, including reporters from local outletStuff,” as they waited for him outside the police station.
      It was real good, I did a lot of yoga. You can’t really see it on my physique but yeah, no it’s been good,” 그는 말했다.
        He described the area he hid in as themiddle of nowhere,” 의 위에 “the rural side of the forest.
        Heal would not comment on the charges her client faces.
          A spokesperson for New Zealand police told CNN on Friday thata 32-year-old male handed himself into the Dunedin Police Station yesterday afternoon.
          The spokesperson added that the man wasdue to appear in the Dunedin District Court (금요일에) on several charges including wounding with intent to injure.
          Heal told CNN that chartered helicopters were often used in this rural area, particularly by local deer-hunters.
          The man grew a beard during his time in hiding.
          When it was suggested by a reporter that police might not recognize him due to the beard growth, the man agreed and said “네, 아니, been up in the hills for a bit, you know.
          Heal said her client made the decision to turn himself in after seeing local media reports that described him asdangerous” 그리고 “wanted fugitive.
            She also said he opted for a helicopter to deal with the issue without drama and paid for it with his own credit card. Heal collected him in the helicopter and flew with him to Dunedin.
            The man remains in police custody.

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