‘Off Beat’ police round-up: May 16, 2016

19-02-2019 by admin

Senior Constable Kel BoakDisqualified driver in PokolbinThere sometimes appears to be the opinion that police do not patrol the rural areas around Cessnock. That certainly is not the case.

An example was when a 28-year-old woman wasstopped by the Highway Patrolfor RBT on McDonalds Road, Pokolbin on Sunday morning.

It was found the woman was disqualified from driving until 2018. She will be attending Cessnock court.

In another incident, an 18-year-old man was found to be unlicensed in an unregistered and uninsured car in the same area.Police are out and about.

$550 fine for not leaving hotelOn Saturday night a 31-year-old man was excluded from a Nulkaba hotel because of his level of intoxication.

The law stipulates a patron must move at lease 50 metres from the venue when directed.

The man subsequently returned to the hotel. Police were summoned and the man moved on, but not before an infringement was issued.

Drugs at Cessnock Correctional CentreOn Saturday morning a 70-year-old womanwas allegedly found in possession of a quantity of tobacco and methylamphetamine (commonly known as ice) on the grounds of the Cessnock Correctional Centre.

Tobacco is illegal on jailpremises. The lady has now been charged with possessing the drug and introducing the tobacco into the jail. She will be attending Cessnock Court.

Icelocated in search warrantOn Friday morning a search warrant was undertaken in a Short Street, Cessnockresidence.

During the search it is alleged a small quantity of the prohibited drugmethylamphetamine (ice) was located along with a pipe used to administer the drug.

A 24-year-old man has now been charged.

Break-in at Kurri Kurri Minor LeagueOn Saturday night offenders broke into the canteen of Kurri Kurri, Minor League at Margaret Johns Park onBoundary Street, Kurri Kurri.

During the offence the thieves stole drinks, food and the cash register.

Forensic officers have examined the crime scene and police are investigating the matter, but we would still like to hear from any person with information about the crime. Please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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