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Police Report

Police Report – January 15th to January 23rd 2024

BY CONSTABLE MICHAEL CARTER, WHITIANGA POLICE

GENERAL:

Monday 15 January an intoxicated male was causing disorder at the Whitianga Wharf. He was moved on without incident.

 

Tuesday, 16 January a vehicle was siphoned of petrol on Cook Drive.

 

Also Tuesday, a multi roller tandem axle boat trailer was taken from a Whenuakite commercial property. Enquiries are being made to locate the trailer.

Also Tuesday, a burglary was reported occurring at a Dundas Street address where various items including fuel were taken from a vehicle and boat on the property.

 

Wednesday, 17 January, a burglary was reported as having occurred overnight at a Buffalo Beach Road address where petrol had been siphoned from boat tanks.

 

Also, on Wednesday, a drunken argument occurred between associates at a White Street address. All parties were spoken to and were apologetic for their actions.

 

Saturday, 20 January, an incident involving a child occurred at a Hot Water Beach address. Enquiries are continuing to speak with a person involved.

 

ARRESTS:

No arrests this week.

 

OCCURRENCES:

Wednesday, 17 January, a Family Harm was reported occurring at a Joan Gaskell Drive address. Both parties were spoken to by police.

 

TRAFFIC:

Between Friday 19 January and Sunday, 21 January, a number of complaints have been received due to ongoing Boy Racer behaviour occurring up and down The 309 Road and surrounding streets. The damages caused by these persons can have a detrimental effect to other road users, especially motorbike riders on sharp bends. Enquiries are continuing by police to identify the culprits.

 

Several speeders issued with infringements this week. Please slow down and obey the Road User Rules. Demerit Points cover a range of offences, and you don’t want to lose your licence for 3 months as a result.

 

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

 |  Constable Michael Carter  | 

BY CONSTABLE MICHAEL CARTER, WHITIANGA POLICE

GENERAL:

Monday 15 January an intoxicated male was causing disorder at the Whitianga Wharf. He was moved on without incident.

 

Tuesday, 16 January a vehicle was siphoned of petrol on Cook Drive.

 

Also Tuesday, a multi roller tandem axle boat trailer was taken from a Whenuakite commercial property. Enquiries are being made to locate the trailer.

Also Tuesday, a burglary was reported occurring at a Dundas Street address where various items including fuel were taken from a vehicle and boat on the property.

 

Wednesday, 17 January, a burglary was reported as having occurred overnight at a Buffalo Beach Road address where petrol had been siphoned from boat tanks.

 

Also, on Wednesday, a drunken argument occurred between associates at a White Street address. All parties were spoken to and were apologetic for their actions.

 

Saturday, 20 January, an incident involving a child occurred at a Hot Water Beach address. Enquiries are continuing to speak with a person involved.

 

ARRESTS:

No arrests this week.

 

OCCURRENCES:

Wednesday, 17 January, a Family Harm was reported occurring at a Joan Gaskell Drive address. Both parties were spoken to by police.

 

TRAFFIC:

Between Friday 19 January and Sunday, 21 January, a number of complaints have been received due to ongoing Boy Racer behaviour occurring up and down The 309 Road and surrounding streets. The damages caused by these persons can have a detrimental effect to other road users, especially motorbike riders on sharp bends. Enquiries are continuing by police to identify the culprits.

 

Several speeders issued with infringements this week. Please slow down and obey the Road User Rules. Demerit Points cover a range of offences, and you don’t want to lose your licence for 3 months as a result.

 

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