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Police Report

Police Report – January 29th to February 4th 2024

General:

A burglary occurred late evening on the Sunday, 28 January at an Albert Street commercial address where food and alcohol was stolen. Unfortunately, it happened again at the same location overnight of Thursday, 1 February. Police are asking for any information that may assist in their enquiries to identify and locate the offender(s).

Early hours of Monday, 29 January, some undesirables left old tyres and appliances on the Mobil Forecourt. These people will be spoken to regarding the matter.

Also, Monday 29 January, a male attempted to shoplift from New World. The goods were recovered and returned to the store.

Thursday, 1 February, threats were made against people at a Mill Creek Road address. Enquiries are ongoing to speak with people involved.

Also, Thursday, 1 February, a burglary was reported as occurring at a Buffalo Beach Road address with various electronics and clothing taken.

Saturday, 3 February, a fraud complaint was made regarding the seller being defrauded of money. Be very careful as both seller and buyer in online transactions as scammers, are always attempting to benefit from you.

Sunday, 4 February, a vehicle was broken into in Cooks Beach with various items taken. People are reminded to remove valuables from your vehicles to prevent any risk of theft.

Arrests:

1x male arrested for Wilful Trespass

1x male arrested for Breach of Protection Order

1x male arrested for Breach of Bail

Family Harm Matters:

Monday, 29 January: Reported at a White Street address where one of the males involved smashed a hole in a door.

Monday 29 January:  Occurred at a Dundas Street address. They reconciled after assistance from attending staff and outside agencies.

Monday 29 January: A male was breaching his trespass notice at White Street after a family harm incident.

Wednesday, 31 January:  Occurred on Moewai Park Road between mother and daughter. Assistance was given and hopefully they are both talking through their issues.

Saturday, 3 February: Occurred at a School Road address. A verbal argument between both parties with the male leaving the address.

Sunday 4 February: Occurred at a Dundas Street address. One of the parties was removed from the property for assistance from external agencies. Hopefully they will receive the assistance required.

Traffic:

Wednesday, 31 January, a driver was observed driving carelessly after exiting a work site on Buffalo Beach Road. He will be spoken due to his driving behaviour.

Also, on Wednesday, a driver was stopped and processed for drink driving after having a minor collision on Albert Street. He was subsequently suspended from driving due to his excessive alcohol level.

Police are focusing on Restraints, Impairment, Distractions (Phones etc) and Speed over the next few months.

 |  Constable Michael Carter  | 

General:

A burglary occurred late evening on the Sunday, 28 January at an Albert Street commercial address where food and alcohol was stolen. Unfortunately, it happened again at the same location overnight of Thursday, 1 February. Police are asking for any information that may assist in their enquiries to identify and locate the offender(s).

Early hours of Monday, 29 January, some undesirables left old tyres and appliances on the Mobil Forecourt. These people will be spoken to regarding the matter.

Also, Monday 29 January, a male attempted to shoplift from New World. The goods were recovered and returned to the store.

Thursday, 1 February, threats were made against people at a Mill Creek Road address. Enquiries are ongoing to speak with people involved.

Also, Thursday, 1 February, a burglary was reported as occurring at a Buffalo Beach Road address with various electronics and clothing taken.

Saturday, 3 February, a fraud complaint was made regarding the seller being defrauded of money. Be very careful as both seller and buyer in online transactions as scammers, are always attempting to benefit from you.

Sunday, 4 February, a vehicle was broken into in Cooks Beach with various items taken. People are reminded to remove valuables from your vehicles to prevent any risk of theft.

Arrests:

1x male arrested for Wilful Trespass

1x male arrested for Breach of Protection Order

1x male arrested for Breach of Bail

Family Harm Matters:

Monday, 29 January: Reported at a White Street address where one of the males involved smashed a hole in a door.

Monday 29 January:  Occurred at a Dundas Street address. They reconciled after assistance from attending staff and outside agencies.

Monday 29 January: A male was breaching his trespass notice at White Street after a family harm incident.

Wednesday, 31 January:  Occurred on Moewai Park Road between mother and daughter. Assistance was given and hopefully they are both talking through their issues.

Saturday, 3 February: Occurred at a School Road address. A verbal argument between both parties with the male leaving the address.

Sunday 4 February: Occurred at a Dundas Street address. One of the parties was removed from the property for assistance from external agencies. Hopefully they will receive the assistance required.

Traffic:

Wednesday, 31 January, a driver was observed driving carelessly after exiting a work site on Buffalo Beach Road. He will be spoken due to his driving behaviour.

Also, on Wednesday, a driver was stopped and processed for drink driving after having a minor collision on Albert Street. He was subsequently suspended from driving due to his excessive alcohol level.

Police are focusing on Restraints, Impairment, Distractions (Phones etc) and Speed over the next few months.