Posted by on 17/06/2014
Sergeant Aaron Fraser said Police have had a busy week when he updated the Gold FM Police File today.
Two search warrants,one at a Silverton Road address and another at Clarke Street resulted in the recovery of stolen goods. Two youths known to Police are helping with enquiries.
Friday the 13th and the Full Moon gave rise to a busy Friday with a number of incidents occurring.
An Auckland woman lost control of her vehicle on State Highway 2/Woodlands Road and ended up down a bank. Luckily she escaped injury.
Also on Friday a local lady lost control of her car, hit a tree and Sergeant Fraser said she was very lucky she didnâ€™t go into the river.
Family violence reared its ugly head on Friday and a Waihi man has been charged for assaulting his partner, threatening to kill and intentional damage. He will be visiting the court.
Between 5 and 6 pm on Friday evening a car parked in Clarke Street with a window slightly open had items removed from it. Sergeant Fraser reminded drivers to make sure their cars are secure and valuables are not left in the vehicle.
A report of 30 people fighting with bats and clubs on Gladstone Road had Police turning out and although a few people were at the location, one with a cricket bat, there was no fighting by the time Police arrived.
On Saturday a lady riding a moped fell off her bike and dislocated her shoulder.
A drunk male walked out of Waihi Beach pub on Saturday and tried to break into a nearby Police car, which Sergeant Fraser described as disappointing. The man was from Thames and will appear in Waihi District Court this week.
Don't forget to dial 111 in an emergency and anonymous calls can be made to 0800 555 111.
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