Tuesday, October 16
■ Police are investigating after items were stolen overnight from shed of a Kenny Street. Wednesday October 17
■ Two large planter pots were stolen overnight from a Seaforth Road, Bowentown home.
■ A car towing a trailer transporting three cows came unshackled and tipped over at the intersection of Old Waitekauri Road and Campbell Road. One of the animals had to be euthanised as a result of its injuries. The driver was issued with an infringement notice. Thursday October 18
■ A 49-year-old Waihi man was arrested and charged with threatening behaviour in relation to a civil dispute which turned ugly at Baber Street.
■ A 41-year-old Waihi man was arrested and charged in relation to a serious assault incident which occurred at Waihi Rugby Club.
Friday October 19
■ Police and other emergency services attended a three-car minor injury traffic crash at SH2 Waimata.
A vehicle travelling north toward Waihi failed to stop and crashed into the rear of a stationary vehicle turning off into a property.
A third vehicle heading south on SH2 was also struck as a result of the first crash. All parties involved were lucky to escape serious injury.
Police are investigating and charges are likely to follow.
■ Police are investigating another traffic crash that happened at the corner of Moresby Avenue and Seddon Street.
A car towing a caravan hit a pedestrian. The pedestrian sustained moderate injuries and was transported to hospital.
■ A 23-year-old Waihi man was arrested and charged for shoplifting and driving while forbidden in relation to a historic theft incident at Mitre 10 Waihi.
■ A 12ft aluminium boat was stolen from a burglary at an Abbot Road property, Waikino. Saturday October 20
■ A 29-year-old Tauranga woman was stopped by police at Seaforth Road, Waihi Beach.
She was caught speeding at 123kph in a 50kph area of Seaforth Road. She was also tested for alcohol and returned a result of 560 micrograms.
Her vehicle was seized and impounded for 28 days and her driver licence was suspended. She is due to appear in court soon.
■ Waihi Police are interested in any information relating to crime.
For non-urgent matters or enquiries contact Police 24/7 on 0800 780 101 (ask for the Crime Reporting Line) or to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111; or visit the Waihi Police Station during public counter open hours Monday to Friday 8:30am to 3pm. For urgent matters call 111 and ask for police.