Monday, August 27
Police were alerted to a man dressed in black looking into the computer room at Matamata College.
Tuesday, August 28
A 19- year- old man was arrested for breach of bail after presenting himself to the Matamata Police Station.
Police were called to a truck crash on Mangawhero Bridge, where a large quantity of of fuel spilled on the road.
A Mills Cres resident came forward with concerns that two of his cats had been exposed to anti-freeze poisoning.
Wednesday, August 29
A 38-year-old woman located at a motor camp was arrested on a warrant.
Police investigated the burglary of a Waharoa house, where the front door had been smashed in and a television, laptop and jewellery were taken.
Thursday, August 30
At midnight a 28-year-old man was arrested for breach of his bail conditions and taken through to Hamilton.
A 20- year- old man was arrested on a warrant for failing to appear in the Morrinsville District Court.
Friday, August 31
Two 28-year-old men were arrested and charged with assault after an incident that occurred in the town centre at 10am.
Saturday, August 1
At 1.45am, a 20-year-old man was arrested and charged with assault after an altercation on Waharoa East Rd. Alcohol was a factor and police will be following up with other people involved in the lead-up to the incident. Police are disappointed in the behaviour of those involved, who took no action to assist.
Overnight, a cowshed on Raukawa Rd was broken into and an automatic teat sprayer, a compressor, a grey tubular control box and a galvanised steel distribution unit control box were taken. The equipment was valued at about $10,000. Police suspect that it was purposely stolen to order.