Paramedics threatened

11-07-2018 by admin

A 42 year old male of no fixed address was arrested and charged with five serious offences on Sunday night.

He was later refused bail.

At 7.30pm Paramedics were called to a home in Rose Street where a man was in suspected cardiac arrest.

The offender yelled abuse at the paramedics, threatened them with a brick paver, and rushed towards them with a pair of scissors while they were trying to render assistance to the patient.

Police were called and the offender ceased his threatening behaviour.

He was charged with two counts of being armed with intent to commit an indictable offence, two counts of common assault, and one count of obstructing or hindering an ambulance officer by an act of violence.

He appeared in Parkes Local Court yesterday.

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Emergency services were called to a vehicle fire in Close Street early on Monday morning.

The white Hyundai Excel, which was parked on the road, was discovered on fire at 3am.

The fire is believed to have been deliberately lit with the use of an accelerant.

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Firefighters were called to the Parkes Target store yesterday morning.

Staff and shoppers were evacuated after it was thought smoke was coming from the ceiling.

It turned out to be a blown fluorescent light.

Firefighters checked the premises and found nothing further.

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A 17-year old Parkes male was arrested and charged with four outstanding first instance warrants on Friday.

The charges are Stalk and Intimidate, Malicious Damage, Break and Enter with Intent to Steal and Larceny.

He was bail refused and appeared in Parkes Children’s Court via audio video link on Monday.

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A house in Thomas Street was maliciously damaged between 10pm, Monday, May 9 and 9am Saturday, May 14.

Holes were put in five walls, several doors were pulled from their hinges, and sand was dumped throughout the home.

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A 60 year old Cowra man has been charged with PCA and given a traffic infringement notice for speeding.

A white Ford Falcon was stopped on the Eugowra Road by Traffic and Highway Patrol at 5.05pm on Saturday for exceeding the speed limit.

The driver was given a roadside breath test which was positive.

He was arrested, taken to the Police station and given a breath analysis test which returned a low range result.

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The rear glass canopy window of a utility parked in Weston Street was smashed between 7pm and 10pm on Saturday night.

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A 30 year old Parkes woman was issued with a criminal infringement notice for stealing after being caught shoplifting from a local supermarket at 4.50pm on Sunday.

The woman allegedly stole groceries and cds.

The items were recovered and returned to the business.

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A red BGR Pro scooter was stolen from a bike rack at Parkes Public School between 12pm and 3pm on Thursday.

The owner’s name is inscribed on the scooter.

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A black and white mens push bike and security chain were stolen from a unit in Currajong Street between 7pm on Wednesday and 9am Thursday.

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Legal action has commenced against a 16 year old Parkes male after he was found in possession of a knife in McGee’s Lane at 11.15pm on Friday.

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An 18 year-old Dubbo male was issued with a penalty notice for failing to quit a licensed premises in Clarinda Street at 1.15am on Saturday.

He was also given a move-on direction restricting him from returning to the vicinity for six hours.

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A 17 year old Parkes female was issued with a penalty notice for being a minor who entered a licensed premises at 1.45am on Saturday.

The ticket will cost her $220.

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A motor vehicle was stolen from a rural property on Bogan Road between 9am and 4pm on Friday.

The Toyota Hilux tray back utility, with registration number CA08JE, remains outstanding but Police have a suspect they are seeking to interview.

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