A woman has been charged with mid-range drink driving after a collision in Cremorne.
Police were called to Parraween St at 9:30pm on Thursday 11 May after a black Hyundai i30 allegedly collided with several parked cars.
The driver was submitted to a roadside breath test which returned a positive result.
“The force of the collision was such that five of the parked cars required towing,” Police tell Mosman Collective.
The woman was arrested and conveyed to Chatswood Police Station, where she returned a reading of 0.139.
Her driver’s license was suspended, and she will face Manly Local Court in June.
Man attacks Tradie with Garden Sickle.
A 52-year-old man has been bail refused after an alleged incident in Lane Cove North last week.
Police say that at 4:00pm on Thursday 11 May, an outraged man engaged in a verbal altercation with Tradies who were working next-door.
“The male allegedly approached the tree loppers and verbally abused them while he was armed with a garden sickle,” a Police spokesman said.
The man was arrested and conveyed to Chatswood Police Station where he was charged with “Breach of Bail”, “Behave in Offensive Manner” and “Have Custody of an Offensive Implement in a Public place.”
He is due before Hornsby Local Court later in May.
A man allegedly armed with a garden sickle confronted local Tradies in a Lane Cove yard on May 11.
Five Finger Discounts in Chatswood.
Two youths have been charged and four more will be dealt with under the Young Offenders Act after the group allegedly stole clothing from a store in Chatswood.
At 2:00pm on Wednesday 10 May, Police were patrolling a shopping centre in Chatswood CBD when they observed the group of six youths enter a clothing store.
While inside, officers allege the group took large quantities of clothing from various sections of the store, placing it inside backpacks.
The group then allegedly left the store without making any attempt to pay for the items.