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Volunteer fire brigades
AT 10.29pm on January 10, brigade members re-
sponded to a fire alarm at Te Kuiti Meat Processors
Ltd on Rangitoto Rd. After a brief investigation, no
action was required.
FIREFIGHTERS were called out at 3.04pm on Janu-
ary 12 when the driver of a van crashed on the top
of the Awakino Rd hill south of Te Kuiti. Police and
St John also attended. The driver said he had fallen
asleep before losing control, hitting a bank and tip-
ping the van on its side. He suffered minor injuries.
AT 3.24pm on Saturday, brigade members re-
sponded when clouds of smoke were seen coming
from a Hill St home. No action was required.
AT 6.24am on January 10, the crew cut up and re-
moved a tree that had fallen on Ngutunui Rd.
FIREFIGHETRS were called at 5.08pm on January
11 when a fire alarm was activated at the Waitomo
Caves Visitor Centre. After a brief investigation, a
fault in the alarm was found, so no action was re-
BRIGADE members were called out twice on Fri-
day the 13th. The first came at 2.31am to extin-
guish a car fire on Te Anga Rd. No-one was at the
scene. Two fire trucks attended, but the car was
On the way home from the car fire members cut up
and removed a tree that had fallen on Te Anga Rd.
AT 12.08pm on Saturday, firefighters responded-
when a car rolled on SH39. The driver suffered
A second fire truck was sent to Main North Rd at
the same time as there was some confusion about
the location of the crash.
AT 5.32pm on Sunday, brigade members re-
sponded when a fire alarm was activated at the
Otorohanga i-SITE on Maniapoto St. No action was
FIREFIGHTERS were called at 5.16pm on Monday
to extinguish a car fire on SH3 south of Puketa-
rata Rd. Chief Fire Officer Neville King says as the
car was stolen, it was most likely deliberately set
alight. No-one was at the scene.
AT 1.30am on Sunday, the crew were alerted to
a car crash on Waimiha Rd. No injuries were re-
ported. Brigade members assisted police with road
control. Te Kuiti firefighters also attended but were
A METAL basketball hoop was used to smash two
large shop windows of Unichem Te Kuiti and Te
Kuiti Service Station on Rora St. The hoop – found
lodged inside the pharmacy – is believed to have
been stolen from Te Kuiti Primary School. The van-
dalism occurred at about 4am and both incidents
were captured on CCTV cameras.
A TE KUITI woman was allegedly assaulted by
her partner and his brother. The two men were
arrested, charged with male assaults female and
assault with intent to injure and taken to Hamilton
POLICE received several complaints about teenag-
ers riding bikes without helmets or consideration
for pedestrians on the Maniapoto St footpaths in
Otorohanga. One elderly man, who was nearly
hit by one of the riders, was also verbally abused.
A 25-year-old Otorohanga man was stopped by po-
lice while driving on Maniapoto St and arrested for
outstanding fines totalling more than $12,000. He
was taken to Hamilton District Court.
A WOODEN plank was used to scale a barbed wire
fence at the Waitomo District Council dog pound
on William St in Te Kuiti. The burglar(s) stole a 25kg
bag of dog biscuits and two dog rolls.
A WAITOMO man failed to stop while driving on
Rora St in Te Kuiti and rear-ended a car that had
stopped at a pedestrian crossing. No injuries were
TWO drunk drivers were caught behind the wheel
by police on patrol in Te Kuiti. The first was a
17-year-old who failed an evidential breath test
registering 249 micrograms of alcohol per litre of
breath. The limit for drivers U20 is zero. The sec-
ond registered 679mcg/l – more than twice the
legal limit of 250. Both were summonsed to ap-
pear in Te Kuiti District Court on February 10. The
second driver was crashed into a ditch on Waimiha
Rd later that night. He was uninjured.
A MALE driver was seen sleeping in his car with a
can of beer in his hand at the BP service station
forecourt in Te Kuiti. He failed an evidential breath
test registering 984mcg/l – nearly four times the
legal limit of 250. He was suspended from driving
for 28 days and summonsed to appear in Te Kuiti
District Court on February 10.
A 30th birthday party ended in a brawl on the cor-
ner of Te Kuiti Rd and Park St in Te Kuiti. While at-
tending the incident a bottle was thrown at police
which smashed on the footpath next to an officer.
One man was arrested for breaching the peace.
THE driver of a car, who had the right of way ap-
proaching a one way bridge on Lethbridge Rd,
told police a group of 20 cyclists failed to give way
forcing him to stop. He was then abused, had his
glasses knocked off and his wing mirror pushed
back. Enquiries are continuing.
AN Otorohanga man who left the scene after doing
a burnout and crashing on Gradara Ave was four
times over the legal limit. Arrested soon after the
crash, he failed an evidential breath test register-
ing 1118mcg/l. He was charged with driving under
the influence, sustained loss of traction and was
summonsed to appear in Te Kuiti District Court on
A 22-year-old Auckland man was suspended from
driving for 28 days after he was caught travelling at
91km/h in a 50km/h restricted zone on Main North
Rd in Otorohanga.
NORTH King Country Police attended three fam-
ily violence incidents from January 9-15.
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