TAKE EX­TRA CARE IN PRE­SCRIBED BURN AR­EAS

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch - - Sergeant Ja­son Ma­can­der

WA Po­lice work closely with the Depart­ment of Fire and Emer­gency Ser­vices (DFES) and Depart­ment of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW), who both have con­sid­er­able work­loads dur­ing sum­mer. Both agen­cies are cur­rently fo­cussed on pre­scribed burns, which may re­duce the visibility of the road and which may at­tract re­duced speed zones. Po­lice will en­force such speeds to en­sure per­son­nel en­gaged in the burns re­main safe. As al­ways, please drive to the con­di­tions. Many of WA's pre­scribed burns are man­aged by DPAW and gen­er­ally take place from March through to Novem­ber each year in both ur­ban and ru­ral ar­eas. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the DPAW web­site.

1 CRAW­LEY

A SEARCH of a Bal­catta house on June 9 led Wem­b­ley po­lice to a Yokine home con­tain­ing 27 al­legedly stolen items, in­clud­ing those from re­cent bur­glar­ies at Uni­ver­sity of WA col­leges and an ad­ja­cent house. Se­nior Sergeant Kate Vi­vian said there were two bur­glar­ies at St Ge­orge’s Col­lege on June 1, a bur­glary at St Thomas Moore Col­lege on June 4 and a nearby house was burgled on May 31. The al­legedly stolen items at the Yokine house in­cluded lap­tops, iPhones and iPods, bi­cy­cles and ammunition. Po­lice were ex­pect­ing to in­ter­view a man who could as­sist them with their in­quiries late last week.

2 CLARE­MONT

COOK­ERS, cooks tops, dish­wash­ers and ovens worth about $40,000 were stolen from nearly-com­plete apart­ments on Fresh­wa­ter Pa­rade be­tween 3pm on June 6 and 7am on June 8. “He forced the doors to each of the units and en­tered four of them,” Se­nior Sergeant Neil Morton-Smith said. Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the avail­abil­ity of any CCTV in the area. A MID­LAND man (24) al­legedly as­saulted rail­way tran­sit of­fi­cers at Clare­mont rail­way sta­tion about 10.45pm on June 7. Po­lice said they were called af­ter the man al­legedly hit one tran­sit of­fi­cer, caus­ing him to fall, af­ter the of­fi­cer and his col­league at­tempted to ar­rest the man, who was al­legedly uri­nat­ing on the sta­tion’s plat­form. The man was charged with two counts of as­sault­ing a public of­fi­cer and dis­or­derly con­duct, be­fore he was bailed to reap­pear at Perth Mag­is­trates Court on June 23.

3 MOS­MAN PARK

THIEVES found a garage door’s re­mote con­trol and used it to en­ter a Gill Street house overnight on June 7. Se­nior Sergeant Neil Morton-Smith said the thieves searched a car at the house and found the re­mote, which they used to open the garage door. Al­co­hol was stolen from a fridge in­side

the garage.

4 SUBIACO

THIEVES stole a rug, took $1000 and dam­aged tills and a com­puter in bur­glar­ies at two 375 Hay Street busi­nesses overnight on June 5.

Se­nior Sergeant Kate Vi­vian said glass pan­els at the bot­toms of doors were smashed to gain en­try. A pink rug was taken from a pho­tog­ra­pher’s of­fice, while the cash that was taken, and dam­age to the tills and the com­puter, was from an ad­ja­cent Thai restau­rant.

5 CITY BEACH

A CITY Beach man (38) has been charged with pos­sess­ing cannabis and ammunition af­ter a search of his City Beach home on June 8. Se­nior Sergeant Neil Morton-Smith said the search re­sulted from the man be­ing ar­rested for a breach of a vi­o­lence re­strain­ing or­der and pos­ses­sion of drugs fours days ear­lier. He will be sum­monsed to ap­pear in Perth Mag­is­trates Court on July 9.

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