A teenage boy is alleged to have threatened another young person with a knife at the Narrabri skate park during the afternoon of Tuesday, May 3.
Police allege that a 13-year-old boy began waving around a knife in the incident. The boy then allegedly retrieved a larger knife from a backpack and threatened the young victim.
Following the incident, the victim attended Narrabri Police Station to report the matter.
Police conducted patrols and located the alleged offender.
He was searched and found to be in possession of both knives.
The boy was arrested and taken to Narrabri Police Station. He was charged with being in custody of a knife in a public place, wield a knife in a public place and common assault.
The boy was granted conditional bail to appear in Narrabri Children’s Court on May 24.
Woman arrested for allegedly striking police
A 40-year-old woman will appear in court later this month after she allegedly punched a police officer.
Police attended an address in Alma Street, Wee Waa, on April 17 to investigate reports of a domestic violence incident.
As a result, the woman was arrested by police.
While officers attempted to convey the woman to a police vehicle, she allegedly became violent toward police and started lashing out.
She allegedly punched an officer in a cheek before being subdued by police.
The woman was conveyed to Narrabri Police Station and charged with resist or hinder a police officer, assault a police officer in the execution of their duty and contravene an apprehended violence order.
She was granted bail to appear in Wee Waa Local Court on May 26.
Man allegedly breached AVO
A 35-year-old man was found to have breached conditions of an apprehended violence order.
Police began investigations into the man’s alleged offending on April 29.
Following additional enquiries, police attended a Rose Street, Wee Waa, address on April 30.
On attending the address, police heard the alleged offender hiding in the premises. A search of the property saw police locate the man hiding underneath a pile of clothes in a bedroom.
Police attempted to apprehend the man, however, a tussle ensued.
The man was subdued by police before being conveyed to Narrabri Police Station.
He was charged with resist officer in the execution of their duty, four counts of contravene an apprehended violence order and two counts of common assault.
The man had been on parole for similar offences.
Bail was refused and the man will appear in Narrabri Local Court on May 24.
Boys charged following alleged vehicle incidents in Wee Waa
A 14-year-old boy will face Wee Waa Local Court in relation to an alleged incident involving a vehicle earlier this year.
The boy allegedly entered and stole a vehicle from Boundary Street, Wee Waa, on February 13.
The vehicle was subsequently forensically examined and fingerprints were located in the vehicle, allegedly linking the 14-year-old with the incident.
He was charged with enter a vehicle or boat without consent of owner. Bail was refused.
In a separate incident, a 15-year-old boy was charged in relation to the theft of a vehicle from an address at Rose Street, Wee Waa, on November 26.
After the vehicle’s theft in the early hours of the morning, it was later found abandoned on the side of a road.
The vehicle was also forensically examined.
The boy was charged with be carried in conveyance or take without consent. Bail was also refused.
Man returns alleged positive drug driving result
A man is alleged to have returned a positive drug driving result after being stopped by police in Warrior Street, Wee Waa, on May 6.
The man was conveyed to a police station to undergo secondary testing.
He was issued with a temporary licence ban, pending further forensic analysis of the secondary testing.
Items stolen from Wee Waa home
Persons of interest are alleged to have stolen items from a home at Alma Street, Wee Waa, after a break-and-enter between 9pm and 9.45pm on May 1.
Entry was gained to the property after the offenders pulled off a sliding flyscreen door and opened a rear window.
After hearing noise in the home, the occupant started yelling and the offenders decanted.
A mobile phone, laptop and a jar containing cash were stolen from the property.
Attempted vehicle entry
A young person was observed to be searching around a Cowper Street, Wee Waa, property between 7.55pm and 8.05pm on April 23.
The person attempted to gain entry to a vehicle, however, was unsuccessful.To order photos from this page click here