Monday 7 December 2009

Crime Stoppers update

In partnership with the Cairns District Crime Prevention office, CairnsBlog brings you Crime Stoppers update.

Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigations should contact Cairns Police on 40307000 or Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or Crime Stoppers 24hrs a day.
Crime Stoppers is a charitable community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.

Break and enter, willful damage, Yorkey’s Knob:
Two boys aged 9 and 14 will be dealt with under the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act after a five rooms were extensively damaged at the Yorkey’s Knob Primary School on Sunday. It is alleged the offenders gained entry to the main office, library and three classrooms and caused extensive damage to windows and doors, walls and floor coverings. It is alleged that paint was poured into computers and related equipment as well as musical instruments and furniture.

Assault , Cairns:
Detectives from the Cairns Child Protection and Investigation Unit have charged a 14-year-old boy and two 12-year-old boys in relation to an assault on Sheridan Street, Cairns last Tuesday night. It is alleged that two men aged 17 and 18 were set upon by a large group of youths and received facial injuries as a result. The trio was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm whilst in company and will be dealt with under the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act. Investigations are continuing in relation to the incident.

Fraud charges, Edmonton:
Detectives from the Edmonton CIB have charged a 42-year-old Gordonvale man with three counts of fraud. The charges relate to the purchase of a motor vehicle as well as tools and other items. The man is due to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court on December 17.

Man detained after wild drive, Cairns City:
A man is currently assisting police with inquiries into a crash in Cairns City yesterday. It is alleged the man was the driver of a vehicle which drove into a chemist shop on Abbott Street. Police allege that the vehicle tyres had disintegrated to the extent that it was being driven on the badly damaged bare wheel rims. It is alleged the man had earlier been involved in a single vehicle traffic crash at Woree and had kept driving in the damaged vehicle. It is alleged the man ran a number of red traffic control lights prior to being intercepted. Inquiries are continuing.

Break and enter of Cathedral, Cairns:
Police are investigating a break and enter that occurred at the St Johns Anglican Cathedral on Friday afternoon. The offenders removed a number of louvre blades and gained entry to the building some time between 2 and 6pm.

Taxi driver assaulted, Mooroobool:
Police are investigating an assault on a cab driver that occurred on Friday night. The 24-year-old driver had collected a fare from the city and on completion of the journey at Cassandra Close a dispute ensued over the cost of the fare. The male offender paid the fare then got out of the cab and walked to the driver’s side where he punched the driver in the face. Investigations are continuing into the incident.

Break and enter at Holloway’s Beach:
Smithfield Police are investigating a break and enter offence that occurred in Walnut Street in the early hours of Friday. It is unknown how access was gained to the house however it is believed that thieves entered the dwelling some time between 3.30 and 5.30am. A laptop computer and a handbag were stolen. Investigations are continuing.

Thieves again target popular swimming hole, Mossman:
Visitors to the popular ‘Hippy Hole’ swimming area at the Mossman Gorge have been targeted again with two reported thefts on Saturday. Mossman police received two stealing complaints on Saturday after victims lost wallets, phones and car keys at the location. Investigations are continuing in relation to these and other thefts from the area

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Just who is crime stoppers? Just how many people realize crime stoppers is a private organization and as such has it's own agenda. And just how many people could once believe Queensland police would be corrupt enough to run the State's crime gangs ala Bjelke-Petersen/Commisioner Lewis style. Is crime stoppers legitimate or ultimately is it being used by GOD to monitor if he has been busted? PS GOD was the name given by the Queensland CJC for the illegal police drug baron from north Qld. who was never exposed and culled. Sweep this one under the carpet and lets talk bullshit. Crime Stoppers 1800 333000=18=666. The Devil.