Domestics keep police busy all week
Police received a report that a baby in a car capsule was not secured properly.
Police could not locate a man who breached his probation conditions. Disorder behaviour at a street turned out to be a domestic incident. A missing man returned home safe and well. Cows on Taupo Rd were returned to a paddock. A drunk female was delivered to a safe address and advice was given regarding trespassing. Driving on a suspended drivers licence resulted in a vehicle being impounded for 28 days. A male was trespassed from a local business and another male was trespassed from another business. A male who had dislocated his knee on Hakiaha St was taken to hospital.
Two domestic incidents were attended.
A male was arrested for trespassing at a domestic address. Three domestic incidents were attended. Five teenagers were spoken to regarding the mistreatment of a goat and a non-speech emergency call was attended. An unattended quad bike was taken from the side of the road. A domestic incident was attended. Three domestic incidents were attended. An unsupervised party at a hall was closed down. A female was trespassed from a residential address. Two separate disorder events were reported and a car was reportedly taken from a local address.
Taumarunui Police can be contacted on (07)8958119 or anonymously via Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.
Police and Facebook have launched the AMBER Alerts system in New Zealand.
The AMBER Alerts system assists by quickly notifying the public when a child or young person is missing and is at immediate risk of harm.
Once the alert is activated people in the targeted search area will receive a notification at the top of their News Feed. People can then choose to share the alert with their Facebook friends to help spread the word.
The alerts include a photograph of the child, any important information about the circumstances in which they went missing and an indication that there is an active search going on.
Police launch AMBER Alerts.