Police across Waipa¯ District attended the following matters last week
A woman taking a driving lesson with her father hit the accelerator by mistake and crashed into a fence and a brick house on Ko¯ whai Drive.
A ute crashed into a parked car and flipped onto its roof on T¯ırau Rd. The accident caused traffic delays.
A vehicle was was t-boned on the corner of Browning St and Shakespeare St.
A vehicle hit a fence on Pepys Place and decamped.
A man was arrested for driving outside the conditions of his licence.
A senior man was found after being reported missing by his daughter.
A man was summoned to court for possession of cannabis. The man had already been given a warning for the same act earlier in the year.
Three women from Cambridge were arrested and charged with smashing lights at Te Awamutu College.
Two young women have been referred to Youth Aid for shoplifting at The Warehouse.
Police attended nine family harm-related incidents, with one resulting in police issuing a Police Safety Order.
TE AWAMUTU STATION
A man was arrested for driving with excess breath alcohol after crashing into a ditch on Kakaramea Rd.
Police attended a crash between a rubbish truck and car on Palmer St.
Police attended a vehicle vs. tree crash on Po¯ kuru Rd.
One person was taken to Waikato Hospital after a vehicle crash on Parklands Rd.
A man was arrested for driving with excess breath alcohol and resisting arrest.
Vehicles were impounded from two women after they were driving whilst forbidden.
Police received reports of two offenders shoplifting at Super Liquor.
A wallet was stolen from Pak’nSave and credit cards used at Mobil and Z Energy.
Police received reports of two shoplifters stealing chocolate and chips from Pak’nSave.
Police received reports of shoplifting at Postie Plus.
A truck parked behind VetEnt was broken into.
Two lawnmowers were stolen from Hebert St. Police received reports of a burglary in George Melrose Drive.
Police received reports of a man and woman arguing in the middle of the road. They were spoken to and warned by police.
A woman was arrested for assault.
Two intoxicated, uncooperative women were spoken to by police for damaging a street sign. One was subsequently arrested for disorderly behaviour.
A man was summoned to court for wilful damage of the Te Awamutu Bowling Club green.
Police attended seven family harm-related incidents.