Street Watch

Cockburn Gazette - - STREET WATCH -


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.

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