POLICE NEWS | Man charged with break and enter after falling asleep in restaurant

At 8:20am on Wednesday, March 6, a restaurant owner opened his business on Canley Vale Road, Canley Vale where he located the dining area in an untidy state and some legs dangling from the middle shelf of the store room. Police attended and woke the sleeping man who was dressed only in his underwear. After an assessment by the ambulance, the 21-year-old male from Fairfield West was taken to hospital from an assessment. He will be charged with break and enter to attend court on a date yet to be set.

Registration plates made of paper

At 3:30pm on Wednesday, March 6, police stopped a vehicle just off Railway Parade, Cabramatta. Checks revealed the female driver was disqualified from driving until October 2024 and had an outstanding court warrant. The vehicle was fitted with false plates made of paper. The 38-year-old from Cabramatta was charged with driving while disqualified and using a vehicle with unauthorised number plates. She is bail refused to Liverpool Local Court on March 14.

Screwdrivers, pliers and spanners found

At 10:30pm on Monday, March 4, a man was spoken to at the intersection of Broomfield Street and Sussex Street, Cabramatta. A search located mail in the name of another person, six screwdrivers, two pairs of long nose pliers, two shifting spanners and a slide hammer. The 36-year-old from Kearns was charged with possessing implements to enter/drive conveyance and goods in custody suspected of being stolen. He was initially bail refused, however later granted bail at court and will next appear at Liverpool Local Court on March 21.

Driver supplies incorrect details

At 11:40pm on Tuesday, March 5, police stopped a vehicle on St Johns Road, Canley Heights. The male driver was not able to produce a drivers licence and supplied police with incorrect details. A search located an amount of methylamphetamine (ICE). The 30- year-old from Kemps Creek who actually had a full drivers licence, also had an outstanding court warrant and was charged with possessing a prohibited drug and stating a false name. He was initially bail refused, however grated bail at court to next appear at Liverpool Local Court on April 18.