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A residential address in Benewa street was broken into between 3pm on Saturday and 3pm Monday. Entry was gained by smashing a window to the side of the house. Once inside the offender/s have stolen a quantity of money. Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen anyone acting suspicious in Benewa street between these times.
A quantity of drugs and other property were allegedly seized by Police after they executed a search warrant in the Coonabarabran township yesterday afternoon. Police will allege that they seized drugs believed to be amphetamines and cannabis as well as implements used in the administration of drugs. A number of other items including a police scanner, an Ipad, a chainsaw as well as other items were also allegedly seized. Further enquiries will be made and possible charges laid as a result.
A 55 year old Coolah male will appear in Court at a later date after being allegedly detected by police driving a motor vehicle on the Merriwa road at Cassilis at about 11.45pm on Saturday evening. He was stopped and breath tested which allegedly returned a positive reading. During a subsequent search, Police will allege that they located a small quantity of cannabis in his jacket pocket.
A 21 year old Mudgee man will be summonsed to appear at the Mudgee Local Court after Police allegedly located a small quantity of drugs in his wallet. Police will allege that the male, and another male were stopped in a motor vehicle on the Ulan road just near the intersection of Henry Lawson Drive in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Cannabis caution to be issued
Police will allege that a small amount of cannabis was located when a motor vehicle was stopped and searched in Church street Mudgee in the early hours of Monday morning. A 30 year old and an 18 year old male will receive cannabis cautions in relation to the cannabis. A 48 year old Charlestown male was charged in relation to the same offence.
Brief case and mobile phone stolen
Between 6.45pm and 6.50pm on Sunday 29 July, a motor vehicle was broken into whilst parked in Douro street, in front of the High School. As a result, a brief case containing personal papers and a Samsung Galaxy S2 mobile phone were stolen. The front door of the vehicle was unlocked at the time.
Man charged with assault at reserve
A 53-year-old Mudgee man has received a Court Attendance Notice for Common Assault, Intimidation and Offensive Language following an alleged incident in the Avisford Nature Reserve on Sunday, July 22.
It is alleged that the male verbally abused the victim before spitting on them and instructing the horse he was riding to move forward into the victim.
He will appear at Mudgee Local Court on October 17.
Break and enter at Mudgee businesses
Between midnight and 1am on Friday, July 27 unknown persons broke into a general store in Market Street, Mudgee.
Damage was done to the premises but at this stage it appears nothing was stolen. Unknown persons also attempted to gain entry into a business premises in Byron Place.
Driver to appear in Mudgee court
A 27-year-old Mudgee woman has received a Court Attendance Notice for Disqualified Driver after police stopped her on the night of Tuesday, July 24, for a random breath test.
The woman will appear in Mudgee Local Court on September 19.
Woman charged with drink driving
A 49-year-old Mudgee woman was stopped in Bawden Road, Mudgee for a random breath test on Tuesday evening, July 24.
The woman had a positive roadside breath test and later returned a breath analysis reading of 0.159.
She has received a Court Attendance Notice to attend Mudgee Local Court on 19 September 2012.
Police are investigating the theft of seven firearms from a property at Mudgee last weekend
Sometime between 4pm on Sunday, July 22, and 12.30pm on Monday, July 23, an unknown number of people forced their way into a shed on the Edgell Lane property.
The thieves ransacked the machinery shed and stole seven firearms stored in a gun safe.
Police from Mudgee Local Area Command established a crime scene which was examined for forensic evidence.
The licensed firearms stolen are two Lithgow .303 calibre rifles, a Winchester .22 calibre rifle, a Chas Boswell 12 gauge shotgun, a Sako .222 calibre rifle, a Brno calibre rifle and a single barrel shotgun.
Anyone with information about the theft or who might be offered the firearms is urged to contact Mudgee Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Warning over threatening SMS
Police are warning the community that there has been a large number of mobile phone services in NSW that have received SMS messages demanding the payment of money. The messages appear in the following form or similar;
“Sum1 paid me to kill you. get spared, 48 hrs to pay $5000. If you inform the police or anybody, death is promised… Email me now [email protected]南京夜网”
These SMS messages are a scam and not to be responded to in any way. If you receive one of these, or similar messages, please contact your local police station or the Police Assistance Line on 131444.
Man fined for refusing to quit pub
A 41-year-old Mudgee man will be receiving an infringement notice for failing to quit a Mudgee licensed premises in the early hours of last Saturday morning. Police allege that he was seen to be aggressive towards security staff after being refused entry due to his level of intoxication. After being directed to leave the area on numerous occasions by police, the male became aggressive towards Police.
Police test 1224 for drugs, alcohol
Mudgee Police and the Traffic Technology Section conducted a random breath and drug testing operation last Thursday and Friday.
Over the two days, police conducted 1003 random breath tests and 221 random drug tests.
Police detected 1 person for low range PCA and four people tested positive for drugs
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