My son had his rear numberplate stolen and reported it stolen the next day. Months later he was contacted by police saying he had evaded police at 1am the previous morning. He was interviewed and said he was sick, in bed, provided texts and also receipt from Qld Transport confirming plate reported stolen. They said he had to do a stat dec, which he did but they say they are charging him. How can he prove it wasn't him? He has asked if they saw his car or just the plate as it was parked outside all night. They said both. He has nothing to hide and has cooperated, how can he prove his innocence? He is awaiting a ticket in the mail - will this show a photo of the car like a speed camera? If someone evaded police in a commercial area at 1am and they claim they had their siren and lights on, wouldn't they have pursued the driver? This is all very puzzling and worrying as I thought a stat dec and the evidence he provided would have been enough. Thank you.