Mandurah Detectives are continuing their investigation into a shooting incident on Noosa Drive in Secret Harbour on April 10. A 28-year-old woman is assisting police with their inquiries and a 34-year-old man from Atwell has been charged with no authority to drive. He appeared in Rockingham Magistrates Court last week. A 28-year-old man who was injured is in custody in hospital and has been charged with stealing a motor vehicle and possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property. It is likely a bedside hearing will be held. Detectives attended the house in Secret Harbour after reports of a shooting incident about 12.30pm. When they arrived police found damage to a window that appeared to have been caused by a projectile. Further inquiries by detectives led them to three other locations: Harmony Avenue in Atwell; Cawana Parkway in Lakelands; and the carpark of a local hospital in Mandurah. Call Crime Stoppers with any information.
The Department for Child Protection and Family Support has called for help locating a 13year-old boy last seen in Medina. Authorities believe Harley Rowe is staying with family or friends. Harley is about 140cm tall, has a thin build and brown hair. He was last seen wearing black shorts, a blue shirt, a black Nike SB hat and Nike shoes. He is missing his two front teeth. Anyone with information should contact police.
The City of Cockburn has reassured parents about safety at the Cockburn Youth Centre after a nearby incident involving up to 60 teenagers. Police were called about 8.20pm on April 6 following reports of youths drinking and being aggressive. “Police arrived and located around 50 to 60 youths fighting at the centre and adjacent areas,” a police spokeswoman said. “An 'out of control gathering' was declared and several more police units arrived.” A City of Cockburn statement said it provided police with CCTV footage showing the incident occurred outside a nearby fast food outlet and not the youth centre.