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.
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.
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.
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.
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