small flick-style knife and drug paraphernalia. The items were seized and the man was arrested before being taken to hospital suspected of suffering drug-induced psychosis.
Crews from Dunheved Fire Station were called to a crash in Mt Druitt at 1.48am on Sunday. The driver was pulled from the car through the passenger door after the car hit a large bollard in the driveway of a factory complex on Kurrajong Avenue. The driver was taken to hospital via ambulance.
TREGEAR A Mt Druitt man, 36, has been charged with mid-range drinkdriving. Police said about 7am on June 29, the man was seen allegedly speeding along Luxford Rd at Tregear. Police stopped the car and breath tested the driver, allegedly recording a positive result. The man’s licence was suspended and he is due to face Mt Druitt Court at a later date.
ST MARYS Residents are reminded to close all windows, lock all doors and take the keys from the ignition when leaving vehicles unattended. A St Marys police spokesman said it was an offence to leave cars unlocked. As a further precaution, ensure all property is removed from view, especially mobile telephones, clothing, bags and money. These items should be taken out or locked in the boot. Parking in busy and well-lit areas will also help prevent cars from be targetted.