Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

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.

West Perth

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.

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