Monday, 25 July at a Punga Place address, a vehicle was broken into with various items taken. On the same day, a vehicle was broken into at Hot Water Beach with various property taken.
Thursday, 28 July, a person claiming to be someone else attempted to uplift a courier parcel from Paper Plus. This person will be spoken to regarding this matter.
A number of our local clientele have failed to appear in court over the past few months, and as a result Warrants for their arrests have been issued. If you have failed to appear in court, ensure you get over there immediately to have a new date set. Should you continue to remain at large without doing this, police may assist you in attending court via Hamilton Station.
On Tuesday, 26July a minor verbal argument occurred at a Cook Drive address over relationship issues. Both parties were spoken to with advice given.
Friday, 29 July at a Moewai Park Road address, a mother and son had a heated argument over minor issues. The male party had already left the address upon police arrival.
ARRESTS: No arrests this week
Friday, 29 July, a truck had a blow out on a front tyre while negotiating a bend on SH25, Whenuakite. Unfortunately, the driver was unable to maintain control of the vehicle, which ended up on its side in the ditch. Thankfully no-one was hurt. With the weather we have been having recently, now is a good reminder for everyone to check their vehicle tyres to ensure they have sufficient tread depth. Vehicle safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Drive Safe and Drive Well.
Kia haumaru te taraiwa me te pai te taraiwa