Te Awamutu Courier - 2021-07-22


Te Awamutu Police attended the following matters last week:


They attended 12 family-harm related incidents. A male was arrested for threatening behaviour at one of these family-harm related incidents. A police safety order was served at one of these family-harm related incidents. They attended three mental-health related incidents. Reports were made regarding graffiti found on the DHB building. Upon arrival, a crowd of people dispersed from a noisy party when police did a check. Reports of a female turning up to addresses on Kakaramea Rd and asking for petrol were made. Boy racers were seen heading towards Pirongia and police found tyre marks on the roads in Te Pahu¯ . Local police assisted in Hamilton after a man was fatally shot by police. They were called to a verbal dispute between a male and a female at a local store. Burglaries and theft: A male was trespassed from the Warehouse. A chainsaw was stolen from a property on Raikes Ave. A trailer was stolen from a driveway in Kihikihi. A male was dealt with for shoplifting from The Warehouse. Vehicle incidents: A driver lost control of their car and crashed through a fence on State Highway 3, they subsequently blew 882. A vehicle was interfered with on Puahue Rd, it doesn’t appear anything was stolen. A vehicle was impounded from a suspended driver. A vehicle crashed into a barrier on State Highway 3, there were no injuries. Arrest: A female was arrested on a warrant to arrest. Found property: The following items were handed into the police station. To prove they are yours, police require you to state the amount of cash: - A purse with a sum of money in it; An amount of cash that was found in town.


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