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


A 21st birth­day party at He­ber­sham was shut down by po­lice on Sun­day af­ter com­plaints of noise and fight­ing. About mid­night, po­lice were called to Hat­field Place, where they blocked the en­trance to the street to con­trol the num­ber of peo­ple en­ter­ing the party. It is al­leged a 19-year-old Shalvey man ap­proached a fe­male po­lice of­fi­cer and at­tempted to push past be­fore el­bow­ing her in the face. Po­lice will al­lege the man then pushed an­other male of­fi­cer be­fore be­ing re­strained. He will face Mt Druitt court later this month in re­la­tion to the mat­ter.


Po­lice be­lieve thieves who broke into a house at He­ber­sham on Satur­day and stole mo­bile phones and wal­lets gained ac­cess through a garage door. Be­tween 12.30-7am, a home on Trawalla St was bro­ken into as the own­ers slept and items were stolen. Po­lice have re­minded res­i­dents to en­sure their homes are locked at night and garage re­mote con­trols are not left in cars.


A 10-year-old boy re­quired stitches to his chin af­ter he was al­legedly hit by a car driven by a St Marys man at Kingswood. About 8.20am on Novem­ber 13, the Kingswood boy was wait­ing at the in­ter­sec­tion of Derby St and Sec­ond Ave on his scooter as he pre­pared to cross the road. At the same time, a 58year-old St Marys man was driv­ing his ve­hi­cle. Po­lice say the boy at­tempted to cross the road but due to a large con­crete com­mu­ni­ca­tion tower pole, he has not seen the ve­hi­cle and the driver has not seen the youth. The boy stepped out onto the road and, while the driver has hit the brake, he could not stop in time. The boy was taken to Ne­pean Hos­pi­tal and treated for grazes to his legs and hands, and a cut to his chin.


Po­lice are on the hunt for a man who stole a phone from a teen as she walked along Ben­nett Rd at Coly­ton. About 12.50am on Novem­ber 12, the 15-year-old girl was ap­proached by a man de­scribed as be­ing of Pa­cific Is­lan­der ap­pear­ance, about 175-185cm tall, with a mus­cu­lar build, wear­ing a black hooded jumper, black pants and white Nikes. The girl had an iPhone partly pro­trud­ing from her pocket when the man grabbed the phone while walk­ing past and then ran to­wards park­land. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion should phone St Marys po­lice on 9677 7499.


MARYS St Marys po­lice have charged three teens with ma­li­cious dam­age af­ter they al­legedly kicked a vend­ing ma­chine at Werrington train sta­tion. About 8.30pm on Sun­day, Novem­ber 15, po­lice were called to Werrington train sta­tion af­ter re­ports of young peo­ple al­legedly kick­ing and dam­ag­ing a vend­ing ma­chine on the con­course area. Af­ter speak­ing to wit­nesses and check­ing se­cu­rity footage, po­lice ar­rested a 13year-old Doon­side girl, a 15-year-old Doon­side boy, and a 15-yearold Black­town boy. They have been charged and are due to face court this month.


MARYS A sus­pended driver has been charged with mid-range drink-driv­ing af­ter al­legedly hit­ting a power pole with his car. About 10.25pm on Sun­day, Novem­ber 15, St Marys po­lice were called to Parkes St at Werrington where the crash hap­pened but the driver had al­legedly left the scene. The al­leged driver, a Tuross Head man, 30, was soon found but

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