Monday, 19 August 2019

WHITIANGA WEATHER

Whitianga Police Report for the period 19 January to 26 January 2015

Whitianga Police Report for the period 19 January to 26 January 2015

GENERAL

The Waterways Concert over the weekend seemed to be enjoyed by most and visitors to our area should have enjoyed some excellent conditions to experience the best of the outdoors our town has to offer.

Of note the drunk driver apprehended on the night of the concert did not go to the concert and numerous other vehicles stopped had sober drivers to get them home safely.

We have had an excellent period of fine weather with our area pretty dry at the moment. There is a fire ban in place and that includes fireworks.

Please remember that when we do get some rain our roads will be slippery and extra care will be needed.    

ARRESTS

20th - 1 x 26yr old local man for Male Assaults Female.

21st - 1 x 17yr old local woman for Assault with a Weapon.

        - 1 x 24yr old local man for Dangerous Driving, Failing to Stop and Resisting Arrest.

23rd - 1 x 40yr old Tokoroa man for Assault and Wilful Damage.

OCCURRENCES

One domestic incident attended last week on the 20th which related to a man assaulting his sister at a Moewai Park Road address and resulted in his arrest. 

On the 20th a drunk customer yelled abuse at a staff member at a licensed premise on The Esplanade and a trespass notice is to be issued.

A licensed premise on The Esplanade was burgled on the 21st and 3 bottles of spirits stolen, while on the 22nd beer was stolen from a residential garage on Endeavour Close.

TRAFFIC

Two drunk drivers were apprehended this week.

24th - a 52yr old Auckland man who recorded a result of 364/250.

25th - a 46yr old Auckland man who recorded a result of 697/250.

No crashes to report this week.

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