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Februar y 2
A MAN who was stabbed in the forehead by his partner refused to
provide a statement or be photographed by police when they ar-
rived at the scene on Kihi Rd in Kawhia. Police say both parties had
been drinking and the man’s injury was “minor”.
A DISQUALIFIED driver from Te Kuiti who was stopped by police
while driving provided a false name. The 23-year-old is summonsed
to appear in Te Kuiti District Court.
Februar y 4
AN Otorohanga man was stopped by police for driving on Maniap-
oto St without wearing a seatbelt. The 19-year-old became abusive
and after being issued with an infringement notice sped off doing a
He was stopped again on Kakamutu Rd and ran off before being
located soon after and arrested.
His vehicle was impounded and he was summonsed to appear in Te
Kuiti District Court on February 22.
POLICE have the registration number of the car which was involved
in a petrol drive off at the Te Kuiti Service Station on Rora St. The
driver left without paying for $50 worth of petrol.
Februar y 5
A 29-year-old Otorohanga man was stopped by police while driving
on Rora St in Te Kuiti and failed an evidential breath test registering
359 micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath.
The legal limit is 250mcg/l.
He was issued with an infringement notice and forbidden to drive.
VANDALS “mangled” a water fountain at St Joseph’s School in Te
Kuiti. Broken glass was also found on the school’s tennis courts.
CCTV footage has been viewed.
Februar y 6
POLICE searched a Te Kuiti woman’s car in relation to a Haines St
home burglary where make-up, clothing and jewellery were taken.
No stolen items were found.
A SUSPENDED driver from Te Kuiti was stopped by police while
driving on Henderson St. His car was impounded and he was sum-
monsed to appear in Te Kuiti District Court on February 22.
Februar y 7
A 31-year-old Otorohanga man was arrested for breaching his bail
conditions. He was summonsed to appear in Hamilton District Court.
A 24-year-old Te Kuiti man who lost control of his car
while speeding on Tawa St narrowly missed hitting a
power pole and an off duty police officer. He will ap-
pear in Te Kuiti District Court on March 7 charged with
POLICE responded to reports of disorderly behaviour
at the Te Kuiti Camping Grounds. Three men and one
woman spoken to denied any issues.
BURGLAR(S) forced their way into Sugoi Sushi restau-
rant on Maniapoto St in Otorohanga and stole cash
from the till and a cell phone.
A TEENAGE girl from Te Kuiti who had been drinking
become abusive while at the Te Kuiti Hospital and need-
ed to be removed by her parents with police assistance.
She was taken home to “sleep it off”.
POLICE are looking for the man who chased a woman
while riding a pushbike, rode over her and assaulted
her. The incident was seen by a member of the public
who contacted police. The offender, who is known to
police, had left the scene before officers arrived.
l North King Country police attended 10 family
violence incidents from February 1-7.
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