REPORT DRUG DEALERS AND USERS
A lot has been reported in recent years on the harm meth causes to our community, with drug dealers only concerned about making money and not the consequences associated with users becoming addicted. WA Police are committed to tackling these drug dealers and you can help with providing information which can remain confidential. To assist with any potential investigation provide information such as descriptions of people and vehicle registrations and the frequency they visit a suspected house or premises dealing drugs. - Sergeant Gavin Radice
AUSTRALIA Day crowds of about 2000 generated two move-on notices and an alleged breach of one of the orders at Cottesloe Beach. Senior Sergeant Paul Vojkovich said several male members of a group of youths were told to bin alcohol, but a man in his late teens allegedly refused before he was arrested. He will face a charge of breaching a move-on notice in court at a later date. Sgt Vojkovich said there were no arrests or incidents from crowds of about 500 at Floreat Beach, 1200 at City Beach and about 1000 at Leighton Beach.
TWO men entered a store room and took two golf bags, two golf clubs and a fridge worth a total of $3000 at U64/9 Delhi Street about 12.35pm on January 20. One of the men was described as fair-skinned, medium build and wore black Adidas tracksuit pants and a black hooded jumper, blue baseball-style cap and black sunglasses. His accomplice was fair-skinned, wore blue jeans, a black T-shirt, black cap and black sneakers.
IT is alleged a 45-year-old man committed fraud after stealing a wallet and its credit cards from a car in West Leederville this month. Police searched the man’s Swanbourne home last week. It will be alleged the man used the credit cards to pay for taxi rides. He was charged with fraud and stealing, and will be summonsed to appear in court at a later date.
IT is alleged a stolen car was at Housing Authority flats in Subiaco Road last Wednesday. Sgt Vojkovich said the Jeep Cherokee had been taken from a Fremantle address the previous day. It had not been involved in any crimes between the port city and being found in Subiaco. A forensic examination may determine the vehicle’s ownership.