Police across Waipa¯ District attended the following matters last week
A man was arrested for doing an indecent act in the changing rooms of a store.
A man stole liquor from a licensed premise and was let off with a warning after he returned to pay for the alcohol.
Police located a 12-year-old who had run away from government department Oranga Tamariki.
An 11-year-old was given a warning for bringing a pocket knife to school.
Police assisted noise control with the removal of a stereo from a noisy party.
Police attended a house fire on Vennell St. It is believed the fire was caused by a pot left on the stove.
Three youths were arrested following a vehicle pursuit which ended after a car crashed into a fence on Cambridge Rd.
A vehicle was entered on Thompson St. Credit cards were stolen from it and used in Hamilton.
A woman was arrested for driving with excess breath alcohol.
Two men were arrested for fighting at Cambridge Raceway.
Police attended four family-harm related incidents.
TE AWAMUTU STATION
A vehicle was stolen from Hamilton and recovered on Aotearoa Rd.
A vehicle was broken into at Lake Nga¯ roto. A mountain bike was stolen from Oliver St. A burgundy Holden Commodore registration no. DUE222 was stolen from Pak’nSave.
Police received reports of a solar panel damaged on Woodstock Rd.
A car hit a power pole on Kihikihi Rd. A woman tried dodging a possum and rolled her car on Parallel Rd.
A man was arrested after a vehicle pursuit from Te Awamutu to Putaruru.
A man had his vehicle impounded for driving whilst disqualified.
Arrests: Man for breaching bail, two men for trespassing, woman for breaching bail, man for wilful damage, man for disorderly behaviour and resisting police.
Police received reports of youths doing the following: lighting fires on Gleneagles Drive, walking into a shop with a pistol, stealing a person’s cell phone at the skate park.
Police received reports of people fighting outside a local pub.
Police attended 14 family-harm related incidents.