A 26-year-old Mount Pritchard woman was charged with driving while disqualified on Sunday at 10.45pm. Police said they tried to stop the woman for a breath test on Townview Road but she didn't stop and continued driving. She parked in the driveway of a house on Roberts Avenue. Police said when the woman was asked to show her licence, she indicated it wasn't with her. She then allegedly informed police she was disqualified from driving. She was then arrested and charged. She will face Bankstown Local Court on March 14.
Armed pair charged
Two Liverpool men, 22 and 23, will face Bankstown Local Court for alleged intoxication and aggressive behaviour at a licensed premises in Mount Pritchard on Saturday at 12.55am. Police believe the two were escorted to the car park by security and were seen driving out of the club. Security staff said they saw the men walking back into the car park 10 minutes later. Police will allege the pair were armed with a club lock and tyre iron and that they made several threats. They were charged with two offences: excluded person fail to leave licensed premises, and armed with intent to commit indictable offence. They will be in court on March 7. Inquiries are continuing.
Cabramatta police conducted an operation aimed at reducing crime such as property theft, violence, drug use and anti-social behaviour on February 7. There were 20 police who patrolled Cabramatta, Canley Vale and Canley Heights on foot, bikes and in cars. As a result, 49 people and five vehicles were searched, 31 business inspections were conducted and 14 intelligence reports submitted.
Traffic Highway Patrol Command from Cabramatta conducted random breath and drug tests during an operation on the Hume Highway at Lansvale on Friday, February 8. There were two positive test results from 952 people who were breath-tested. Three infringement notices and one licence-suspension notice were also issued. There were 112 drivers drug-tested, with three positive results for cannabis and methylamphetamines, including a learner driver and the learner's supervising driver.
Take one, get some free
Free 2013 calendars which include crime-prevention tips are available at Liverpool, Green Valley, Cabramatta and Fairfield police stations. This is part of a crime prevention initiative from funding granted by the NRMA. The calendars have been printed in English, Arabic and Vietnamese. They also cover safety topics including how to contact police, neighbourhood watch, home security, child restraints, personal safety, the Young Offenders Act, internet safety, fraud, banking, vehicle security, public transport, smoke alarms, alcohol and domestic and family violence.
Anyone with information about any of these crimes should contact Cabramatta police on 9725 8999, Fairfield police on 9728 8399, the DragonLine (anonymous crime-reporting line) on 9727 7540 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.