Disorder mars holiday period
Over the holiday period, police attended a number of domestic violence and general disorder incidents.
Police attended a car accident on the corner of State Highways 29 and 1. No serious injury. One person was taken through to Waikato Hospital for further examination.
Several containers of power leads were stolen from a Waharoa property.
Police attended a car accident on State Highway 29 where a cow on the road was clipped by one car then run over by a second. The cow was killed. None of the cars’ occupants were hurt.
A 31- year- old man was arrested for an assault on a child.
A 17-year-old youth was arrested for the aggravated assault of a police officer. A 40- year- old woman was arrested for disorderly behaviour and resisting arrest in the same incident.
Police attended a car accident on the Kaimais where a driver lost control and collided with a post. No-one was hurt.
Police were called to a vehicle that was stopped on the side of the road on State Highway 29. As a result a person was processed for excess breath alcohol.
Police were called to a property where someone had attempted to break in. It appears the offender cut themselves and left.
Police attended a car accident on State Highway 29. One car was involved and there was no injury.
A 45- year- old man was arrested for assault.
Police attended a car accident on the Kaimais. One car was involved and there was no injury.
Someone attempted to set fire to a letterbox in town. There was minor fire damage.
A Honda 4-wheeler was stolen from a rural property. The bike was later located with the offender, who was dealt with by police.
Two businesses in town had their windows broken. The properties were not entered.
A number of letterboxes in a rural area were set on fire.
A number of businesses in the town centre were targeted by taggers.
Further tagging in the central business district.