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