Police across Waipa¯ District attended the following matters last week
Three women and a man stole items from The Warehouse and assaulted the store’s security guard.
A man was seen trying to enter cars in the Countdown carpark.
A chainsaw, drill set and backpack blower were stolen from a garage on Moore St.
A person’s credit card details were used by an offender to make $1600-worth of transactions.
A woman handed herself into police after seeing herself on the police Facebook Page.
Five men were warned for cannabis use after they were located in two vehicles near the Waikato Expressway.
Police received reports of a suspicious person hanging around the water treatment plant.
Several people were removed from two licensed premises for extreme intoxication.
A man was arrested and charged for assaulting a woman. He was taken to Hamilton District Court.
Police attended an assault complaint between two men.
Police attended five family harm-related incidents.
TE AWAMUTU STATION
A man broke into a house via a ranch slider on Ma¯ hoe St while a woman was asleep. She awoke to the man searching her bedroom dresser. Police are following up with the man, who left fingerprints.
Two men wearing hoodies and backpacks were seen scoping out houses in the Factory Rd area.
Police received reports of a burglary on Sinclair Tce.
A portable cabin was stolen from The Crescent.
A BBQ gas bottle was stolen from Cambridge Rd.
Fishing gear, a radio and clothing were stolen from a boat on Kaipaki Rd.
A garden bench was stolen from Reynolds Drive.
A vehicle was stolen from Price Cres. Multiple cars were broken into on Mangapiko St.
A trailer was stolen from Goodfellow St. Two laptops and an iPad Mini were stolen from Waipa¯ Christian School.
A cell phone was stolen from a vehicle on Sloane St.
Police received reports of shoplifting from Presents R Us.
A man was arrested for shoplifting from The Warehouse.
A woman was reported shoplifting from The Warehouse.
Police received reports of a petrol drive-off from Z Energy on Sloane St.
A man was scammed by a person claiming to be from Microsoft Office. The scammer gained access to the victim’s bank account and withdrew $600.
A woman was scammed by a person claiming to be from Microsoft Office.
Rocks were thrown through windows of houses on Roche St and Rutherford St.
Police received reports of people tagging on Alexandra St and the Te Awamutu Public Library. They were seen on CCTV footage.
A fence on Pa¯terangi Rd was tagged. A witness took photos of the offender’s vehicle.
A drunk man was seen walking around a house on Pa¯ kura St. The man had previously lived at the address.
A man is due to appear in Hamilton District Court after he was arrested for breach of bail. A search of his bag at the time of arrest revealed a loaded rifle.
Police pursued a vehicle around Te Awamutu. All occupants were apprehended and the driver was summonsed to court for failing to stop.
A woman had her vehicle impounded after she was arrested for driving while suspended.
A man was taken to Waikato Hospital after losing control of his vehicle on Spinley St and hitting a brick retaining wall.
A man’s vehicle was impounded for driving while suspended.
A man was arrested for assault. Police attended 14 family harm-related incidents, with one resulting in police issuing a Police Safety Order.