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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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