DRUITT

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS -

1 MT

Po­lice have helped get a Rooty Hill man, 61, found at Mt Druitt train sta­tion with a sus­pected bro­ken cheek bone to hos­pi­tal. About 5.30pm on Fri­day, po­lice were pa­trolling the area when they were told by a mem­ber of the public that the man had fallen over. Po­lice helped him sit against a wall and called an am­bu­lance. The man was taken to Mt Druitt Hos­pi­tal for treat­ment.

2LETHBRIDGE

PARK A man, 29, will face Mt Druitt Court next month af­ter po­lice al­legedly found drugs in his car. About 12.35am on Satur­day, po­lice stopped the car the Brad­bury man was driv­ing on Bougainville Rd at Leth­bridge Park. Af­ter speak­ing with the man, po­lice searched the car where they al­legedly found crys­tal methy­lam­phetamine. Po­lice will also al­lege a large amount of money and a num­ber of re­seal­able plas­tic bags were found through­out the ve­hi­cle.

3NORTH

ST MARYS Fire has ripped through a rub­bish re­cy­cler at North St Marys last Wed­nes­day. Just af­ter 2am, Fire and Res­cue NSW crews ar­rived on scene to find the fac­tory on Plasser Cres­cent well alight. The fire proved dif­fi­cult for crews due to the ma­te­rial, ex­plod­ing gas cylin­ders and un­known fu­els. Up to 13 crews from 10 dif­fer­ent sta­tions were called to help. The fire was brought un­der con­trol quickly and the dam­age was con­tained to a pro­cess­ing shed. re­spon­si­ble. If you can help, call 9677 7499.

5ST

MARYS A man will face court af­ter he and a fe­male friend were al­legedly found hid­ing in the laun­dry of a unit com­plex they’d bro­ken into. About 5.10am on Mon­day, po­lice were called to the units on Glos­sop St, St Marys, af­ter a res­i­dent was wo­ken by noises from the laun­dry area of the com­plex. The man, 23, and his friend were ar­rested at the scene af­ter al­legedly pro­vid­ing false de­tails to the po­lice. On con­firm­ing their iden­ti­ties at St Marys po­lice sta­tion, it was es­tab­lished the man had a war­rant for a sep­a­rate in­ci­dent. He was charged to face court later this month. In­ves­ti­ga­tions con­tinue.

6ST

CLAIR A woman had to be treated for smoke in­hala­tion af­ter an elec­tri­cal fault caused the switch to a so­lar panel in the roof to catch fire at a St Clair home on Mon­day. Fire and Res­cue NSW were alerted by a pass­ing dog walker, who no­ticed smoke com­ing from the David­son Close house. St Marys fire­fight­ers ar­rived to find the four oc­cu­pants of the home were asleep. All were evac­u­ated and an aerial pumper from Pen­rith was called in to as­sist with rooftop oper­a­tions. Sal­vage work was car­ried out and en­sured that the fire was ex­tin­guished. The house suf­fered ex­ten­sive in­ter­nal dam­age by fire. The

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