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POLICE REPORT

Monday, 26 February to Sunday 3, March

GENERAL:

Seven Burglaries: Early hours of Monday, 26 February, a burglary occurred at a Rimu St address. A silver utility was stolen at the time.

Monday, 26 February, a boat parked on Rabbit Way was interfered with by an unknown person cutting the cover.

Tuesday, 27 February, a burglary was reported as occurring at a SH25 Whenuakite address with a quad bike stolen.

Wednesday, 28 February, a burglary was reported occurring overnight at a Haddon Cres address. A Suzuki vehicle was stolen which has since been recovered. Enquiries continuing to identify the offender.

Wednesday, 28 February, a burglary occurred at a Palm Drive address where an unknown person has attempted to take items from a boat parked in the driveway. Enquiries continuing to identify this person.

Friday, 1 March, a burglary was reported as having occurred at a Wharekaho Cres address with the offender gaining entry.

Saturday, 2 March, a burglary was reported occurring at a South Highway property where diesel stolen from a digger on site.

Shoplifting: A shoplifting incident was curtailed by staff at a local business. The young person has since been trespassed from the store due to their actions.

Various vehicles unlawfully on property travelling from Rewiti Drive to South Highway. This is a construction area and is not open to the general public for access or drive throughs.

ARRESTS:

1x male arrested for injuring with intent.

1x male arrested on warrants.

1x male arrested for Assault, Escapes Custody and Possess Offensive Weapon

OCCURRENCES:

Monday, 26 February, a person has made threats via a phone call to a female victim. Enquiries are continuing to identify this person so they can be spoken to regarding their actions.

Also, Monday, 26 January, threats were made via messages to the victim after a relationship break-up. Both parties making counter allegations against the other. They were both spoken to regarding their actions.

Thursday, 29 February, a Breach of Protection Order was reported by a female victim due to ongoing harassment from an ex-partner. This male is to be spoken to regarding his actions.

Friday, 1 March, a domestic assault occurred on Buffalo Beach Rd where the female victim was punched to the face. The male offender ran from the scene but was located eventually in a nearby street where he was arrested. He is now facing various charges at court.

Saturday, 2 March, a Family Harm matter was reported occurring at a Cook Drive address where an intoxicated male refused to leave the property. He has since been spoken to and was apologetic for his actions.

Saturday, 2 March, a Family Harm matter occurred at a Protea Cres address with two people arguing. Male left the address so that the parties could calm down.

A Breach of Protection Order via text messaging was reported from a Centennial Drive address where the offending party refuses to acknowledge that the relationship is over. Assistance provided to victim.

Sunday, 3 March, a Family Harm matter was reported at a Dundas St address with an agitated female. Male had walked from the address in attempt to calm down the situation.

TRAFFIC:

A number of driver licensing breaches observed over the past few weeks.

Please comply with your licence conditions.

Restricted drivers are not allowed to carry any passengers unless the passenger is either their spouse, wife/husband, or de facto partner, or has held a full driver licence for over 2 years. Failure to comply with this carries 35 demerit points. Three simple failures could result in no licence for 3 months.

Learner drivers must display an ‘L’ plate and carry a fully licensed passenger who has held their full licence for more than 2 years. Failure to do so also carries 35 demerit points.

If you wish to keep your licences, please comply by the Road User Rules and Land Transport Act.

COROMANDEL RESCUE MISSIONS

For the Auckland & Coromandel Westpac Rescue Helicopters

1-29 February 2024

03.02 Manaia Crew tasked to Manaia to assist a female patient in her 20’s suffering a medical complaint. She was flown to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

04.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist a female patient in her 30’s suffering a medical complaint. She was flown to North Shore Hospital in a moderate condition.

04.02 Whangamata Crew tasked to Whangamata to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Auckland City Hospital in a serious condition.

04.02 Tapu Crew tasked to Tapu to assist a male patient in his 60’s involved in a motor vehicle accident and in a moderate condition. Transportation to hospital by helicopter wasn’t required and crew returned to base.

04.02 Kopu Crew tasked to Kopu to assist multiple patients involved in a motor vehicle accident. Crew were stood down enroute and returned to base.

05.02 Thames Crew tasked to Thames to assist a male patient in his 30’s involved in a car versus motorcycle accident. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition.

07.02 Whitianga Crew tasked to Whitianga to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition.

08.02 Pinnacles Crew tasked to the Pinnacles to assist a male patient in his 60’s suffering a fall. He was flown to Thames Hospital in a minor condition.

10.02 Waihi Beach Crew tasked to Waihi Beach by police to assist with a boating accident. Crew were stood down enroute and flew back to base.

10.02 Whangamata Crew tasked to Whangamata to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Thames Hospital in a moderate condition.

11.02 Colville Crew tasked to Colville to assist a female patient in her 60’s suffering a medical complaint. Unfortunately she died and crew returned to base.

13.02 Port Charles Crew tasked to Port Charles to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering from a fall down some steps. He was transported to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

17.02 Coromandel Crew tasked to Coromandel Forest by the Rescue Coordination

Forest Centre to assist a female patient in her 40’s suffering from an 8 metre fall into water while canyoning. A beacon was activated. She was extracted by winch from a height of 70 metres and transported to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

18.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist a male patient in his 60’s suffering a walking injury. He was extracted by winch. Transportation to hospital wasn’t required and crew returned to base.

19.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist with a person in the water. Crew were stood down and returned to base.

20.02 Puriri Crew tasked to Puriri to assist a male patient in his 30’s involved in a trail bike accident. He was extracted by winch and was flown to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

 |  Constable Michael Carter  | 

Monday, 26 February to Sunday 3, March

GENERAL:

Seven Burglaries: Early hours of Monday, 26 February, a burglary occurred at a Rimu St address. A silver utility was stolen at the time.

Monday, 26 February, a boat parked on Rabbit Way was interfered with by an unknown person cutting the cover.

Tuesday, 27 February, a burglary was reported as occurring at a SH25 Whenuakite address with a quad bike stolen.

Wednesday, 28 February, a burglary was reported occurring overnight at a Haddon Cres address. A Suzuki vehicle was stolen which has since been recovered. Enquiries continuing to identify the offender.

Wednesday, 28 February, a burglary occurred at a Palm Drive address where an unknown person has attempted to take items from a boat parked in the driveway. Enquiries continuing to identify this person.

Friday, 1 March, a burglary was reported as having occurred at a Wharekaho Cres address with the offender gaining entry.

Saturday, 2 March, a burglary was reported occurring at a South Highway property where diesel stolen from a digger on site.

Shoplifting: A shoplifting incident was curtailed by staff at a local business. The young person has since been trespassed from the store due to their actions.

Various vehicles unlawfully on property travelling from Rewiti Drive to South Highway. This is a construction area and is not open to the general public for access or drive throughs.

ARRESTS:

1x male arrested for injuring with intent.

1x male arrested on warrants.

1x male arrested for Assault, Escapes Custody and Possess Offensive Weapon

OCCURRENCES:

Monday, 26 February, a person has made threats via a phone call to a female victim. Enquiries are continuing to identify this person so they can be spoken to regarding their actions.

Also, Monday, 26 January, threats were made via messages to the victim after a relationship break-up. Both parties making counter allegations against the other. They were both spoken to regarding their actions.

Thursday, 29 February, a Breach of Protection Order was reported by a female victim due to ongoing harassment from an ex-partner. This male is to be spoken to regarding his actions.

Friday, 1 March, a domestic assault occurred on Buffalo Beach Rd where the female victim was punched to the face. The male offender ran from the scene but was located eventually in a nearby street where he was arrested. He is now facing various charges at court.

Saturday, 2 March, a Family Harm matter was reported occurring at a Cook Drive address where an intoxicated male refused to leave the property. He has since been spoken to and was apologetic for his actions.

Saturday, 2 March, a Family Harm matter occurred at a Protea Cres address with two people arguing. Male left the address so that the parties could calm down.

A Breach of Protection Order via text messaging was reported from a Centennial Drive address where the offending party refuses to acknowledge that the relationship is over. Assistance provided to victim.

Sunday, 3 March, a Family Harm matter was reported at a Dundas St address with an agitated female. Male had walked from the address in attempt to calm down the situation.

TRAFFIC:

A number of driver licensing breaches observed over the past few weeks.

Please comply with your licence conditions.

Restricted drivers are not allowed to carry any passengers unless the passenger is either their spouse, wife/husband, or de facto partner, or has held a full driver licence for over 2 years. Failure to comply with this carries 35 demerit points. Three simple failures could result in no licence for 3 months.

Learner drivers must display an ‘L’ plate and carry a fully licensed passenger who has held their full licence for more than 2 years. Failure to do so also carries 35 demerit points.

If you wish to keep your licences, please comply by the Road User Rules and Land Transport Act.

COROMANDEL RESCUE MISSIONS

For the Auckland & Coromandel Westpac Rescue Helicopters

1-29 February 2024

03.02 Manaia Crew tasked to Manaia to assist a female patient in her 20’s suffering a medical complaint. She was flown to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

04.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist a female patient in her 30’s suffering a medical complaint. She was flown to North Shore Hospital in a moderate condition.

04.02 Whangamata Crew tasked to Whangamata to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Auckland City Hospital in a serious condition.

04.02 Tapu Crew tasked to Tapu to assist a male patient in his 60’s involved in a motor vehicle accident and in a moderate condition. Transportation to hospital by helicopter wasn’t required and crew returned to base.

04.02 Kopu Crew tasked to Kopu to assist multiple patients involved in a motor vehicle accident. Crew were stood down enroute and returned to base.

05.02 Thames Crew tasked to Thames to assist a male patient in his 30’s involved in a car versus motorcycle accident. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition.

07.02 Whitianga Crew tasked to Whitianga to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition.

08.02 Pinnacles Crew tasked to the Pinnacles to assist a male patient in his 60’s suffering a fall. He was flown to Thames Hospital in a minor condition.

10.02 Waihi Beach Crew tasked to Waihi Beach by police to assist with a boating accident. Crew were stood down enroute and flew back to base.

10.02 Whangamata Crew tasked to Whangamata to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering a medical complaint. He was flown to Thames Hospital in a moderate condition.

11.02 Colville Crew tasked to Colville to assist a female patient in her 60’s suffering a medical complaint. Unfortunately she died and crew returned to base.

13.02 Port Charles Crew tasked to Port Charles to assist a male patient in his 70’s suffering from a fall down some steps. He was transported to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

17.02 Coromandel Crew tasked to Coromandel Forest by the Rescue Coordination

Forest Centre to assist a female patient in her 40’s suffering from an 8 metre fall into water while canyoning. A beacon was activated. She was extracted by winch from a height of 70 metres and transported to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.

18.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist a male patient in his 60’s suffering a walking injury. He was extracted by winch. Transportation to hospital wasn’t required and crew returned to base.

19.02 Pauanui Crew tasked to Pauanui to assist with a person in the water. Crew were stood down and returned to base.

20.02 Puriri Crew tasked to Puriri to assist a male patient in his 30’s involved in a trail bike accident. He was extracted by winch and was flown to Waikato Hospital in a moderate condition.