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Teen charged in Tamworth with break and enter in this report. Additionally a teen refused bail after a fatal motorcycle crash at Merriwa and 1 in 5 driver allegedly caught with drugs in their system in recent blitz fill todays police reports.

Teen charged with aggravated break and enter – Tamworth.

Wednesday, 21 July 2021 12:29:35 PM

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A teenager has been charged with multiple offences following an alleged break and enter at a home near Tamworth yesterday.

About 1.50am on Tuesday 20 July 2021, officers attached to Oxley Police District were called to a home on Duri Road, Hillvue, after a Nissan Navara utility was allegedly stolen from outside the home.

A short time later, police were called to a home on Calala Lane, Calala, following reports of an attempted break and enter.

Following inquiries, police located the Nissan Navara at the corner of Darrel Road and Myrene Ave, Calala, before they secured the vehicle and commenced a search of the area.

About 3am (Tuesday 20 July 2021), the officers were called to a home a short distance away on Warrah Drive, Calala, following another report of an attempted break and enter.

A short time later, officers observed a male running from the vicinity of Warrah Drive, towards the alleged stolen vehicle.

When they attempted to stop the male, he fled, but after a short foot pursuit he was arrested.

Officers conducted a search of the male and seized two knives, a small amount of drugs, a multitool, gloves and face mask.

He was taken to Tamworth Police Station.

Following further investigations, a 17-year-old male was charged with agg B&E & commit serious indictable offence-people there, take & drive conveyance w/o consent of owner, enter prescribed premises of any person w/o lawful excuse, custody of knife in public place, possess housebreaking implements and possess prohibited drug.

The teen was refused bail to appear at a Children’s Court on Tuesday 7 September Fatal motorcycle crash – Merriwa

Wednesday, 21 July 2021 09:27:29 AM

A man has died following a motorcycle crash in the Upper Hunter overnight.

About 10.15pm (Tuesday 20 July 2021), emergency services were called to Old Scone Road and Macartney Street, Merriwa, after reports a Triumph motorcycle with a rider and a pillion passenger had left the road and thrown both persons from the bike.

The rider died at the scene; he is yet to be formally identified, however is believed to be aged in his 50s.

The passenger – a 29-year-old man – received minor injuries and was taken to John Hunter Hospital for treatment.

Officers from Hunter Valley Police District attended and established a crime scene.

An investigation has been launched into the circumstances surrounding the crash

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

Almost one in five drivers allegedly caught with drugs in their system during blitz – Lake Macquarie

Tuesday, 20 July 2021 01:07:10 PM

Almost one in five drivers returned positive results during a proactive drink and drug driving operation in Lake Macquarie yesterday.

Officers from Lake Macquarie Police District undertook Operation Amrap between 7am and 5pm (Monday 19 July 2021) targeting drink and drug driving offences, along with compliance with the current Public Health Orders.

In total:

  • 80 vehicles were stopped, with 10 persons arrested.
  • 74 drivers underwent a random breath analysis, with a 43-year-old man charged with mid-range drink driving at Wangi Oval in Arcadia Vale. Police will allege he returned a positive result roadside, before he was arrested and taken to Belmont Police Station where he recorded an alleged blood alcohol analysis reading of 0.089.
  • 37 drivers underwent a random roadside drug test, with seven (7) drivers returning a positive result. All drivers were arrested and subjected to a secondary analysis which will be sent for further testing.
  • Two drivers were charged with driving whilst disqualified.
  • One person was issued with a $1000 PIN for failing to comply with noticed direction in relation to section 7/8/9 – COVID-19.

Lake Macquarie Police District Duty Officer, Chief Inspector Craig Reid, said it’s concerning to see the number of drivers getting behind the wheel under the influence.

“Seven drivers out of 37 recorded a positive roadside result – that is a worrying number of motorists who proceed to put not only their own lives at risk, but the lives and safety of those on the road around them.

“Those secondary results will be forensically tested and if they return a positive result, then those drivers will be charged and put before the courts.

“Lake Macquarie Police will be continuing to target drivers who think they can get away with drink or drug driving – you will see us in numbers on the main arterial roads, the back routes,” Ch Insp Craig Reid said.

Lake Macquarie Police will continue to undertake regular road operations alongside their COVID-compliance operations.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

COVID-19 compliance operation launched following new stay-at-home orders – Western Region

Wednesday, 21 July 2021 01:28:12 PM

NSW Police have launched an operation in the state’s west this morning (Wednesday 21 July 2021) to support the local community in ensuring compliance with the new stay-at-home orders.

NSW Health was alerted to new venues of concern associated with confirmed cases of COVID-19 yesterday (Tuesday 20 July 2021), and subsequently implemented new restrictions for the Orange City Council, Blayney Shire Council, and Cabonne Shire Council areas.

As part of the local response, a joint local emergency management committee has been established at Orange, chaired by Deputy Regional Emergency Operations Controller (Deputy REOCON), Chief Inspector Peter Atkins.

The committee, which will meet virtually each day, involves representatives from Orange City Council, Blayney Shire Council and Cabonne Shire Council, partner agencies across the NSW Government, and a number of welfare services.

Deputy Commissioner Mick Willing, Regional NSW Field Operations, said local police were there to support the region during this time of uncertainty, and are very used to working with local communities to ensure compliance.

“I want to say to the communities affected by this public health order – it has never been more important to abide by the rules in place,” Deputy Commissioner Willing said.

“Our officers do not want to issue fines – they want to see everyone abiding by the public health orders, as they were introduced for the health and safety of everyone.

“So please stay at home unless you absolutely need to leave the house. If you do need to leave home for an essential reason, put on a mask, and check-in to any retail or business premises you visit.

“Regional communities are particularly well known for banding together and supporting each other in difficult times, so I would implore everyone in the affected areas to do just that, to give us the best chance of eliminating COVID-19 from the area.”

Officers from Central West Police District and Chifley Police District will also be conducting high-visibility proactive patrols, compliance checks on businesses and individuals, as well as responding to all Crime Stoppers reports.

Assistant Commissioner Geoff McKechnie, Western Region Commander, urged the local community to continue to work with police as they carried out their duties, to make sure there was no further transmission of the virus.

“We’ve seen what impact this virus has had on the Sydney metropolitan area in recent weeks, so police will continue to be visible on the ground, and we simply ask that people to work with us and do the right thing,” Assistant Commissioner McKechnie said.

“I have been heartened in recent weeks by the assistance of the community in policing all public health orders and would like to appeal to our locals to continue to call Crime Stoppers if they see people doing the wrong thing.

“Your information is invaluable and we will continue to follow up every single report we receive.

“If we all work together, these new restrictions have the potential to stop the spread of the virus and save lives.”

Anyone who has information regarding individuals or businesses in contravention of a COVID-19-related ministerial direction is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

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