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A learner driver has al­legedly been caught drink-driv­ing while un­ac­com­pa­nied at St Marys. About 1.15am on Novem­ber 21, the 19-year-old Ox­ley Park man was stopped on The Kingsway for a ran­dom breath test, which al­legedly proved pos­i­tive. The driver was taken to St Marys po­lice sta­tion where he un­der­went a breath anal­y­sis, which al­legedly re­turned a pos­i­tive read­ing of 0.078. On checks of his li­cence, it was noted that he was a learner driver. He was is­sued with a court at­ten­dance no­tice for the of­fence of spe­cial cat­e­gory driver driv­ing with spe­cial range and learner not ac­com­pa­nied by driver. He is due to face Mt Druitt Court on De­cem­ber 17.

2MT

DRUITT Po­lice say they will take le­gal ac­tion against a 15-year-old boy for al­legedly possessing a knife at the Mt Druitt bus ter­mi­nal. About 7.30pm on Novem­ber 20, po­lice were called to the ter­mi­nal with re­ports of young peo­ple fight­ing. The group broke up be­fore po­lice ar­rived but wit­nesses de­scribed a boy they al­legedly saw with a knife. A short time later a boy match­ing the de­scrip­tion was seen with a group of other boys in Westfield Mt Druitt’s car park. Po­lice stopped and searched the group and al­legedly found a knife. The boy was taken to the Mt Druitt po­lice sta­tion be­fore be­ing re­leased into the cus­tody of his par­ents.

3ST

MARYS A man will face court next week charged over a break and en­ter at a St Marys jew­ellery shop. About 4.30am on Septem­ber 2, the alarm was ac­ti­vated at the shop and it is al­leged a con­sid­er­able amount of jew­ellery was stolen. Po­lice said in­ves­ti­ga­tions iden­ti­fied a 31-year-old Wal­la­cia man, who was ar­rested. He was charged and is ex­pected to face Pen­rith Court on De­cem­ber 9.

4OXLEY

PARK An Ox­ley Park woman, 38, will face court charged with driv­ing while dis­qual­i­fied. About 8.25am on Novem­ber 17, the woman was stopped by po­lice af­ter al­legedly per­form­ing a U-turn over dou­ble un­bro­ken lines on Bot­tles Rd. Po­lice spoke to the woman and af­ter ob­tain­ing her de­tails found that she was in a pe­riod of dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion un­til Novem­ber next year. She is due to face court at a later date.

5ST

MARYS St Marys po­lice are preparing a re­port for the coroner af­ter a pedes­trian was killed at Kingswood. About 10.50pm on Novem­ber 21, po­lice and emer­gency ser­vices were called to the Great Western Hwy, Kingswood, fol­low­ing re­ports a pedes­trian had been struck by a ve­hi­cle. On ar­rival, po­lice found a 56-yearold man suf­fer­ing crit­i­cal in­juries. He was treated at the scene be­fore be­ing taken to West­mead Hos­pi­tal, where he later died. The driver, a 31-yearold man, was taken to Ne­pean Hos­pi­tal for manda­tory blood and urine test­ing. St Marys po­lice es­tab­lished a crime scene, which was ex­am­ined by spe­cial­ist foren­sic of­fi­cers. The road was closed for three hours. De­tec­tives are ap­peal­ing for any­one who wit­nessed the in­ci­dent to call 1800 333 000.

6ST

MARYS St Marys po­lice have charged a Glen­more Park man with high-range drink-driv­ing af­ter he al­legedly crashed his ve­hi­cle into a car parked on Vic­to­ria St at Werrington about 6.45pm on Novem­ber 21. The driver was sub­jected to road­side breath test which al­legedly re­turned a pos­i­tive re­sult. The driver was taken to St Marys po­lice sta­tion, where he un­der­went a breath anal­y­sis, which al­legedly read 0.163. The driver was is­sued with a court

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