Police across Waipa¯ District attended the following matters last week
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.