Po­lice across Waipa¯ Dis­trict at­tended the fol­low­ing mat­ters last week

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CAM­BRIDGE STA­TION

Two peo­ple were found passed out with drug uten­sils in an idling car. They were dealt with by po­lice.

Po­lice as­sisted with a pur­suit of a ve­hi­cle on SH1. The ve­hi­cle was dumped and burst into flames at the Cam­bridge Golf Club. The driver fled on a mo­tor­bike stolen from the golf club’s green­keeper.

An elec­tric fence unit was stolen from a prop­erty on Shake­speare St. An­other elec­tric fence unit was stolen from Lamb St.

A woman was sum­monsed to court for shoplift­ing at The Ware­house.

A ve­hi­cle was bro­ken into on King St. A ve­hi­cle was bro­ken into on An­zac St. $800 worth of nap­pies, kids’ cloth­ing and per­fume was stolen from The Ware­house.

Po­lice at­tended a crash be­tween a truck and a tourist’s ve­hi­cle near Kara¯ piro Mo­bil.

A ve­hi­cle went through a fence on Ten­foot Rd.

A man was ar­rested for driv­ing with ex­cess breath al­co­hol.

A woman was charged with pos­ses­sion of a knife and drug uten­sils.

A woman was ar­rested for as­sault­ing her part­ner.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of two fam­ily-harm re­lated in­ci­dents.

TE AWA­MUTU STA­TION

A man was black­mailed to give $5000 of bit­coin to hack­ers, or else hack­ers would re­lease in­for­ma­tion found on the man’s com­puter.

A courier par­cel went miss­ing from Collins Ave.

A cell phone was stolen from Burger King. A cell phone was stolen from swim­ming pool chang­ing rooms.

Tim­ber and build­ing items were stolen from two houses un­der con­struc­tion on Oak Ridge Drive.

A num­ber plate was stolen from a ve­hi­cle on Green­hill Drive.

A man shoplifted from CBR and was sub­se­quently ar­rested.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of shoplift­ing at The Ware­house and will be fol­low­ing up with the owner of the reg­is­tered ve­hi­cle.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of shoplift­ing at Pak’nSave.

A van was bro­ken into on Beechey St. Two nail guns and a drop saw were stolen from a work van on Sut­ton Rd.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of a man pur­chas­ing paint with a stolen credit card.

Ar­rests: Man on war­rant to ar­rest, man for as­sault­ing his flat­mate.

Po­lice have spo­ken to a youth for dam­ag­ing prop­erty at Pek­erau Pri­mary School.

A bike found at the Te Awa­mutu skate park was handed in to po­lice.

A youth was re­ferred to Youth Aid for breach­ing bail con­di­tions.

A cy­clist was hit by a ve­hi­cle at the in­ter­sec­tion of Sloane and Alexan­dra Sts.

Po­lice at­tended a non-in­jury ve­hi­cle crash on Bridg­man Rd.

A dis­qual­i­fied driver had his ve­hi­cle im­pounded.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of a man smash­ing let­ter­boxes on Rewi St.

A woman was sus­pended from driv­ing for hav­ing too many de­merit points.

A ve­hi­cle hit a power pole on Ro­toorangi Rd. Po­lice were in­volved in a pur­suit around Te Awa­mutu, chas­ing a ve­hi­cle around the Te Awa­mutu Sta­dium on Dou­glas Ave. Mem­bers of the pub­lic shut the sta­dium gates, pre­vent­ing the driver from es­cap­ing. The driver dumped the car and fled, hid­ing in a prop­erty in Ava Mae Drive. The man was wanted in re­la­tion to an ag­gra­vated rob­bery.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of two men fight­ing out­side Sta­tion 32.

A man was tres­passed from Sta­tion 32 af­ter jump­ing over a fence to en­ter the bar.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of nine fam­ily-harm re­lated in­ci­dents, with one re­sult­ing in po­lice is­su­ing a po­lice safety or­der.

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