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Archives for June 2022

GLEN EIRA: $365,000 meth raid at Clayton South

Detectives from the Caulfield Divisional Response Unit have arrested two men and two women after seizing approximately 400 grams of what is alleged to be methylamphetamine in Melbourne’s south-east. During two early morning search warrants at residential addresses in Clayton South, Police seized: Approximately 400 grams of what is alleged to be methylamphetamine with an

MARIBYRNONG: Footscray firearms probe

Detectives from Maribyrnong Crime Investigation Unit are appealing for public assistance following a firearms incident in West Footscray. Investigators have been told a man and woman drove into the underground car park of an apartment complex on Roberts Rd about 8.50pm on May 16. A man who was on foot followed the vehicle into the

MORELAND: Shooting at North Coburg

A man was injured following a police shooting in Coburg North on Monday afternoon (June 27). Police observed a male, wanted for questioning in relation to the death of a man in Albanvale on June 25, driving a vehicle on Newlands Rd about 4.40pm. It is believed the man saw the police and took off

MONASH: 2 arrested after roof report

Two males were arrested on Tuesday morning (June 28) after allegedly scaling a wall and climbing onto a factory roof while trying to flee from Police in Mount Waverley. The drama started when a stolen gold-coloured Jeep Cherokee, which Police were searching for in relation to a recent spate of crimes in Monash, Boroondara and

MELBOURNE: Unlawful assault charge

A first constable from Transit and Public Safety Command has been charged with four counts of unlawful assault following an internal investigation. The 24-year-old male police officer has been charged with the alleged offences following an incident that occurred while the officer was off-duty in July last year. The first constable has been summonsed to

YARRA: Drink driver said to blow. 257

A 40-year-old man was caught drink driving five times over the legal limit in Fitzroy North overnight, Police say. Richmond Police were called to reports of an erratic driver in the Fitzroy North area when they intercepted a grey Toyota Kluger on St Georges Rd about midnight Wednesday. The driver, a Sunbury man was taken

BANYULE: Warning about tree scam

Banyule Council says that it has been made aware of a scam that has occurred, and has issued a warning to local residents to contact the Police if needed. “A small group of people have approached a resident’s property and trimmed trees and bushes, producing a large portion of green waste. “Posing as Council staff,

NILLUMBIK: Half pipe to be replaced

The ageing skateboard half pipe in Hurstbridge, also known as the ‘mini-ramp’, will be removed. The ramp, at Ferguson’s Paddock, near 1041 Heidelberg-Kinglake Rd, Hurstbridge, has reached the end of its life and was earmarked for removal when plans were announced for the new Hurstbridge Skate Park. In addition to its age, the ramp is

HOBSONS BAY: Heritage controls at Newport

The findings of the adopted Newport Structure Plan and Inner Newport Heritage Gap Study are proposed to be implemented into the Hobsons Bay Planning Scheme. Increased heritage protections and guidelines for new building heights are some of the key changes proposed by Amendment C133 that will shape the future of the Newport Activity Centre. Amendment

DAREBIN: Laneway to honour Greeks

Kalamata Place is to be the name of the laneway between Gooch St and Raleigh St, Thornbury. Darebin Council made a resolution to name the unnamed laneway at the rear of 680 to 700 High St and adjoining 2 Gooch St and 1 Raleigh St, Thornbury as ‘Kalamata Place’. This name is in recognition of

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