Police across Waipa¯ District attended the following matters last week
A man was arrested for pointing an air rifle at his partner and friends. He was held in custody and was due to appear in Hamilton District Court.
A man was arrested for breaching protection order and causing harm by posting digital communication.
A bar manager was arrested for driving with excess breath alcohol.
A man was warned for disorderly behaviour at a licensed premises.
Police were called to a fight between 20-30 people at a licensed premises. Police have made two arrests and are likely to make further arrests this week.
A man was arrested for indecent assault. A driver was taken to Waikato Hospital with minor whiplash after a crash on Victoria Rd.
A man was arrested for driving while disqualified and driving with excess breath alcohol.
A car hit a light post on Marychurch Rd. A woman was caught on CCTV shoplifting from New World and will be warned.
Police attended a burglary on Maungatautari Rd.
A Cambridge woman was arrested for shoplifting from Matamata Sportsworld.
Police attended two family harm-related incidents.
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A man was arrested for impersonating police and assaulting a female. He was charged with grievous bodily harm, assault with intent to injure and criminal harassment.
A woman was given a pre-charge warning and trespassed from Waikeria Prison for trying to smuggle tobacco into the prison while visiting her son.
A male assaulted a female on College St. A man was arrested for assaulting a woman. Police attended a fight on Sloane St.
A man was punched in the face on Rewi St. Police received reports of men fighting in Arawata St. Several people were warned for drinking in a liquor-ban area.
People were reported acting suspiciously and looking into properties on Teasdale St.
Letterboxes were damaged in Raikes Ave and Mutu St.
A vehicle was damaged on Ormsby Rd.
A car flipped into a ditch in Roto-o-rangi. A man crashed into an oncoming vehicle and was arrested for driving with excess breath alcohol.
Police received reports of boy racers doing burnouts in Bond Rd.
A drill, chainsaw and pliers were stolen from Po¯ kuru Rd.
A shed was broken into on Herbert St. Police received reports of burglaries on Arapuni Rd and O¯ haupo¯ Rd.
Three sheds were broken into on Mandeno Rd. A leaf blower, drill and meat were stolen.
A vehicle was stolen from Rewi St, rego EUL165.
A vehicle was stolen from Turere Lane, rego EBT678.
Police are following up with the registered owner of a vehicle that drove away without paying for petrol at Z Sloane St.
A man was arrested for stealing from a liquor shop and is due to face charges. He is also facing charges for dangerous driving.
Stolen property from a burglary two years ago was seen for sale on Facebook. A warrant was executed and the items recovered by police. A woman was arrested for breaching bail. Two youths were referred to Youth Aid for breaching bail.
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A man was arrested on warrant to arrest. A kayak pedal and spray skirt left at Lake Nga¯ roto have been handed into the Te Awamutu Police Station.
Police attended 16 family harm-related incidents.