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Kerikeri police had a busy week. Perhaps you have
some information that could help them with a
number of current investigations. Call the Kerikeri
station on (09) 407-9211
Batteries worth a total of $2000
were taken from three trucks
parked in a fenced area at
Sanfords Kaeo last Wednesday.
Access was obtained by cutting
Someone made off a with a tele-
vision set after entering a Kaeo
house while the occupant enjoyed
an afternoon sleep last
A 2001 Holden stationwagon
with a customised number plate
MARLNS was stolen from a
garage unit at Marlin Hotel,
Whangaroa at the weekend. Have
you seen it?
A Pungaere Rd householder lost
a computer, cellphone and a
cheque from their home last
A Karcher waterblaster was
taken in a daytime theft, while
the occupiers were at home at
Police are investigating a bur-
glary at a Mako Rd holiday home
at Taupo Bay. Fishing rods and
gear were taken.
Police have received a number
of complaints about a door-to-door
salesman, claiming to be selling
energy. The man, described as
part Maori-Indian, is accused of
being forceful, difficult and hard
to get rid of.
Police have video footage of a
person they would like to speak to
in connection with theft of a
cellphone from Kerikeri post
office. She s described as a female
in her 30s with long black hair.
Police want to recover a trailer
stolen from the Bay Builders
depot in Valencia Lane on Friday.
It s a silver Prescott, registration
A Russell oyster farmer fol-
lowed someone seen taking his
oysters to Okiato, before they
were intercepted by police, on the
water, and directed to Opua.
Sergeant Phil Le Comte says the
men, a 41-year-old from Oakura
and a 55-year-old Whangarei man
gave partial admissions when
interviewed on the beach. About
$2000 worth of oysters were
A 14-year-old youth is charged
with burglary in Dip Rd, Kaeo.
Burglaries have been reported
also in Puketona Rd and Ness Rd.
A 33-year-old Waipapa man
was trespassed from Chic Consul-
tancy after allegedly causing the
staff distress and continuing to
hang around when asked to leave.
A Haruru Falls man, 47, faces
charges of excess breath alcohol
and careless driving after an acci-
dent in Puketona Rd last
Wednesday. The car left the road
and rolled over to end back on its
Good work by Northland Secur-
ity saw a youth apprehended in
connection with a burglary in the
Paihia Mall last Wednesday. One
was arrested and property taken
from a jewellery store has been
The second youth had not yet
been located early this week.
Witnesses helped with the
identity of a 47-year-old Haruru
Falls man who has been charged
with two counts of theft from a
vehicle and unlawfully getting
into a vehicle.
A 30-year-old Kerikeri man has
been charged with assault on a
female after allegedly punching
his 20-year-old partner a number
of times, while holding their nine-
month-old child. There were three
other children at the house at the
time. He was held in custody.
A 24-year-old Kerikeri woman
was arrested last week for breach
of bail after being located drunk
and incoherent in the Countdown
supermarket. A condition of her
bail was that she was not sup-
posed to be drinking.
A 30-year-old Kerikeri woman
was stopped on SH10 and charged
with driving while disqualified,
and giving false details. The
vehicle is thought to have been
involved in a petrol drive-off in
Kaikohe on November 21. She is
due to appear in court tomorrow.
Jumping on the bonnet of a
parked car in the Meridian Build-
ing carpark in Kerikeri earned
Ihaka Taiopa a one month prison
sentence. He appeared in the Kai-
kohe District Court on October 27
and was convicted of wilful dam-
A 21-year-old Russian student
died after the vehicle he was driv-
ing collided with a stock truck on
SH12 near Pakaraka on Friday.
Police say Nikita Rubinski died
shortly after emergency crews
arrived on the scene.
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