The Gladstone woman was involved in two fuel drive-offs and a number of stealing incidents.
The 28-year-old Gladstone man pleaded guilty to one count of common assault.
Police were contacted soon after news of the disappearance became public by someone saying they were 'just returning' it.
A complaint about the running of the organisation was referred to Queensland's crime watchdog yesterday.
The woman suffered minor tissue damage after rolling her vehicle.
The next owner of this Captain Creek property can experience the best of the bush and the beach.
The 32-year-old man pleaded guilty but can still apply for a Blue Card after no conviction was recorded.
The officer is the subject of an ongoing investigation and has been relegated to desk duties.
Volunteer says Fraser Anning's speech was 'based on fear' and may harm Gladstone's reputation.