Officers crack down on anti-social behaviour in The Hills

Officers from The Hills local area command patrolled premises on Friday and Saturday nights as part of Operation Unite — a two-day Australasian crackdown by police focusing on alcohol-related crime and anti-social behaviour.

Crime manager Detective Inspector Gary Bailey said a drug dog was used on Friday and 23 random breath tests were conducted, 13 people were searched, 12 move along orders were issued and at a hotel in Commercial Road, Rouse Hill, a person found in possession of a number of ecstasy tablets was charged with supply.

On Saturday, 311 RBTs were conducted, 12 people searched and five move along orders issued.

During an RBT on Windsor Road, Kellyville, about 11.05pm, the vehicle was searched and a tablet believed to be ecstasy was found. The male driver, 21, was charged with possession.


Car collision

A Kenthurst woman, 45, had a high-range blood alcohol reading of 0.234 when the car she was driving collided with a car carrying a two-year-old boy at Dural on December 4.

Police said the woman was driving her Holden Captiva east along Old Northern Road, Dural, at 3.25pm when she allegedly made a u-turn across unbroken centre lines and collided with a white Commodore station wagon driven by a woman, 42, of Dural, with her son in the back seat. No one was injured.

The Kenthurst woman had her licence suspended and is due to appear before Parramatta Local Court on February 3.

Copped in stupid game

Police will allege three people caught with a trailer they didn't own were playing "a stupid game".

Detective Inspector Bailey said they told officers "we just move the trailer around and we earn points".

He said two men driving a Silver Toyota 4Runner with an enclosed trailer covered in signwriting in tow were stopped in Victoria Avenue, Castle Hill, at 3am Saturday.

So, too, was a woman following in a Toyota Camry.

A man, 28, of Mt Druitt, a man, 31, of Penrith, and a woman, 29, of Marayong, have been charged with stealing and will appear at Parramatta Local Court on January 15.

Security guard slapped

A 21-year-old Castle Towers' security guard was allegedly slapped several times in the face by a teen asked to leave the loading dock about 11pm Wednesday.

Police say he was patrolling the shopping centre when he found two girls, aged 17 and 15, banned from the centre and asked them to leave.

Police will allege the 17-year-old of Castle Hill verbally abused him, slapped him, ran away and ran back and slapped him again several times.

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