Hiding at work over warrants

A MAN with outstanding warrants allegedly became violent when police tried to arrest him at a workplace in Chullora.

On Thursday, June 13, police from Proactive Crime Team Nepean with the assistance of Bankstown Proactive Crime Team, attended a workplace on Anzac Street to arrest a 30-year-old male from Cranebrook on outstanding warrants.
Police set up a perimeter and upon seeing police, the male allegedly fled, running through the construction site and hiding.
Police located the male who allegedly violently resisted arrest. He was charged with resisting an officer in execution of duty and outstanding warrants. He was issued with a community corrections order for 18 months.

Stumbled from car with drug
ABOUT 10pm on Tuesday, June 18, Police were conducting proactive patrols of Old Town Centre Plaza Bankstown when they allegedly observed a 52-year-old male from Revesby stumbling out of a vehicle.
Police said they searched the man and located a prohibited substance.
He was issued a field court attendance notice for possessing a prohibited drug.

Detainee guilty over assault
A MAN has allegedly assaulted two officers at Villawood Immigration Detention Centre.
It alleged that on Tuesday, June 4, a 23-year-old man, who was being detained the centre assaulted two officers, who work at the centre. He charged with two counts of causing harm to commonwealth official. He was found guilty and sentenced to three months’ imprisonment.
Over 400 high-risk drive fines
MORE than 400 charges have been laid over the past year by a specialist highway patrol strike force targeting high-risk driving behaviour.
Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy, said in its first year, Strike Force Puma personnel had charged 260 people with a range of offences.
“The strike force was formed to target high-risk drivers and high-risk driving behaviour,” Assistant Commissioner Corboy said.
“In this time, the charges have included drink driving, DUI offences, driver licence offences (disqualified, suspended, unlicenced, cancelled or refused), performing aggravated burnouts, film and promote aggravated burnouts and goods in custody as well as the supply and possession of prohibited drugs.”
Strike Force Puma has assisted investigators from agencies such as ICAC, RMS, Revenue NSW and provided support and resources to operations conducted by other specialist areas within the NSW Police Force.
Assistant Commissioner Corboy said the strike force has conducted numerous operations to target known high-risk drivers and has actively engaged with numerous car clubs to encourage and bring about changes in driving behaviours and attitude.
Some of Strike Force Puma’s noteworthy arrests have included investigations into numerous wedding and genders reveal burnout offences that have led to the arrest and charge of offending drivers and those who have either filmed or promoted the activities.