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  • crimeview1zombie 9:54 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Vehicle Damage at Steele Street Devonport 

    Monday, 23 December 2013 – 9:04 am.

    Approximately 9.25 pm on Saturday 21 December 2013 police responded to a loud explosion in Steele Street, Devonport.

    Upon arrival it was ascertained that a 2001 gold Nissan Patrol had been damaged using an explosive device.

    The vehicle is owned by a police officer and has been subject to damage in recent weeks.

    Police are seeking any information from the community that may be able to assist with the investigation. Persons with information are encouraged to contact Devonport CIB or Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.

    ”This sort of activity cannot be tolerated within any community police serve” Western District Commander, Lauchland Avery said.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13454

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  • crimeview1zombie 9:54 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS House Fire at 8 Carslake Street Clarendon Vale 

    Monday, 23 December 2013 – 9:00 am.

    At 11:19pm Saturday 21 December 2013, Tasmania Police and Tasmania Fire Service were notified of a house fire at 8 Carslake Street, Clarendon Vale. Tasmania Fire Service attended and extinguished the fire shortly after arrival.

    The residence is privately owned and no person was present at the time. The house has sustained damage to an estimate of $5,000.

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    Police and Tasmania Fire service have determined the fire to have been deliberately lit.

    Any members of the public with information are encouraged to contact Bellerive CIB 62302685 or Crime stoppers (1800 333 000). Rewards may be provided to people who provide information leading to a conviction.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13453

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  • crimebot 9:30 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink  

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  • crimeview1zombie 8:53 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Former Catholic Brother charged with historical assaults upon two school boys 

    Thursday, 19 December 2013 – 12:53 pm.

    NSW Police Force Media Release

    Sex Crimes Squad detectives have arrested a former Catholic Brother for alleged historical sexual offences against two children at a western Sydney school.

    Strike Force Avia was established in October 2011 to investigate alleged assaults upon a number of children on school grounds at a Catholic college at Blacktown and a Catholic primary school at Lalor Park in the 1980s.

    Three men, two teachers and a former Catholic Brother, have previously been arrested and charged by Strike Force Avia detectives.

    About 11.30am yesterday (Wednesday, 18 December 2013) a fourth man, a former Catholic Brother, was arrested at Penrith Railway Station and taken to Penrith Police Station.

    The 58-year-old Lithgow man was charged with 20 offences in total, comprising two counts of buggery, 13 counts of indecent assault on male, and five counts of indecent act with male, relating to offences against two boys aged between nine and 11.

    The incidents are alleged to have occurred between January 1980 and May 1981 when the former Brother worked at the Catholic college in Blacktown.

    He was refused bail to appear at Penrith Local Court today (Thursday, 19 December 2013).

    Meanwhile, the investigation is ongoing and Strike Force Avia detectives continue to appeal for anyone with information to assist them to come forward.

    In particular, they believe a person residing in Tasmania could have information integral to their ongoing inquiries and are urging them to contact police.

    State Crime Command’s Sex Crimes Squad is comprised of experienced detectives dedicated to investigating crimes of a sexual nature, regardless of the passage of time.

    Any person who has been a victim of sexual abuse, no matter how long ago the incident occurred, is encouraged to make a report at their local police station.

    Anyone with information about sexual abuse should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://www1.police.nsw.gov.au Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

    We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

    Issued by NSW Police Force Media Unit http://www.police.nsw.gov.au

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13449

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  • crimeview1zombie 8:49 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Male Charged With Attempted Armed Robberies 

    Tuesday, 17 December 2013 – 11:13 am.

    On the 16th December Hobart CIB Detectives charged a 35 yr old Clarendon Vale male with 2 counts of attempted armed robbery which both occurred on the 26th November 2013.

    On both occasions the male entered pharmacies, one being Jerry Hamptons Pharmacy in North Hobart and the other the Rosny Park Pharmacy at Bayfield Street Rosny Park, during the robberies the male demanded Morphine whilst armed with scissors, he was unsuccessful on both occasions.

    The male was charged and held for court and will appear in the Hobart Magistrates Court on the morning of 17th December.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13448

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  • crimeview6zombie 8:46 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    PERTH Police raids on Osborne Park and Rivervale homes uncovers more than 60 cannabis plants 

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    POLICE raids of Osborne Park and Rivervale homes converted to grow hydroponic cannabis resulted in the seizure of more than 60 plants.

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  • crimeview1zombie 8:14 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:30 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:23 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Wounding Incident Man Arrested and Charged 

    Thursday, 12 December 2013 – 8:44 am.

    At approximately 11:30am today, police were called to attend a disturbance on Main Road Rosetta.

    Upon arrival it was ascertained two men who were known to each other have engaged in a verbal argument. One of the men has smashed the window of a car. The owner of the car has used a pair of scissors to cause a 4 cm laceration to the back of the other parties head.

    The 32 year old victim from Claremont was conveyed to the Royal Hobart Hospital by ambulance to have a laceration treated. The injuries were not life threatening and he was released from hospital.

    A 42 year old man from Bellerive was arrested at the scene, he was later charged with one count of wounding and will appear in court.

    It is noted the parties were known to each other and this was an isolated event.

    Tasmania Police would like to thank members of the public who reported the matter to police and remained at the scene to provide further information.

    Anyone who witnessed the incident is requested to ring Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13436

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:16 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Police officer charged with assault 

    Wednesday, 11 December 2013 – 4:20 pm.

    Court proceedings will be taken against a 36 year old Constable from Southern District on allegations of assault.

    It will be alleged that in May and June 2013, he assaulted a woman with whom he was in a significant relationship. He was not on duty at the time.

    Professional Standards investigated after a complaint was made in August.

    The Constable will be summonsed to appear in the Hobart Magistrates Court on four counts of assault arising from the two separate incidents.

    The Constable will remain on duty, in a non-operational capacity, while the matters are dealt with by the court.

    It is not appropriate to comment further on this matter as it is before the court.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13435

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  • crimebot 7:15 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink  

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:11 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Wounding Incident Man Arrested 

    Wednesday, 11 December 2013 – 2:27 pm.

    At approximately 11:30am today (11 December 2013), police were called to attend a disturbance on Main Road, Rosetta.

    Upon arrival it was ascertained two men who were known to each other have engaged in a verbal argument. One of the men has smashed the window of a car. The owner of the car has used a pair of scissors to cause a 4cm laceration to the back of the other parties head.

    A 42 year old man from Bellerive was arrested at the scene and conveyed to the Hobart Police Station whilst enquiries are conducted.

    The 32 year victim from Claremont was conveyed to the Royal Hobart Hospital by ambulance to have the laceration treated. The injuries are not life threatening and it is expected the victim will be shortly released from hospital.

    It is noted the parties were known to each other and this was an isolated event.

    Tasmania Police would like to thank members of the public who reported the matter to police and remained at the scene to provide further information.

    Anyone who witnessed the incident is requested to ring Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13434

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:06 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Stolen motor vehicle set alite in West Hobart 

    Tuesday, 10 December 2013 – 9:50 am.

    Stolen motor vehicle set alite, causing damage to residence in Brisbane Street West Hobart.

    At about 12.50 am on Tuesday, 10 December 2013 Tasmania Police and Tasmania Fire service responded to an unoccupied motor vehicle on fire that had rolled through the front fence of a Brisbane Street West Hobart residence.

    Upon the arrival of Tasmania police the vehicle, a 1994 Subaru station wagon, was totally engulfed in fire. The occupants of the Brisbane Street residence were evacuated via the rear of the premises by attending police.

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    The vehicle was completely destroyed by fire. Damage occurred to the front fencing of the Brisbane Street address and minor heat damage occurred to the timber residence due to the close proximity of the vehicle to the front veranda.

    No persons were injured as a result of this incident.

    The vehicle was reported stolen from a nearby street in the West Hobart area and was uninsured at the time.

    Police are seeking witnesses to contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or Hobart CIB on 131 444.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13431

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  • crimeview1zombie 7:05 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

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  • crimeview1zombie 5:59 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Copper Mines of Tasmania Names of deceased released 

    Tuesday, 10 December 2013 – 9:41 am.

    Tasmania Police advise that the second deceased has been recovered from underground at Mt Lyell.

    Both deceased will be conveyed to Hobart later tonight (9 December).

    The next of kin have consented to the names of the deceased being released.

    The deceased are:

    • Craig Nigel GLEESON (45 years) of Queenstown
    • Alistair Michael LUCAS (25 years) of Queenstown

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13430

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  • crimeview1zombie 5:58 pm on Wed 05 Jul 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    TAS Mount Lyell Workplace Incident 

    Monday, 9 December 2013 – 2:27 pm.

    Tasmania Police has confirmed that two employees of the Mount Lyell mine at Queenstown have died in a workplace incident today.

    Emergency services were called to the mine site just before 11am this morning.

    Two workers were reported to have been seriously injured inside the mine.

    Both men died at the scene as a result of their injuries. The body of one of the deceased men has been taken to the West Coast District Hospital at Queenstown. The body of the second man remains at the site of the incident.

    The men, aged 25 and 45, from Queenstown, were employees of Copper Mines of Tasmania. Next of kin of the men have been notified.

    Investigations into the incident are continuing.

    Police forensics officers and Workplace Standards are attending the scene. The Coroner will also attend.

    http://www.police.tas.gov.au/?p=13428

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