Another four Kellyville homes were broken into on the weekend, Detective Inspector Gary Bailey said.
He said $12,000 of cash and jewellery was stolen between 7am on Friday and 11.30am on Saturday from a house in Valenti Crescent.
In Falkirk Court, an alarm was removed and $5000 cash and $7000 of jewellery stolen between 9.40am and 9pm on Friday.
Jewellery, a laptop, camera and $1000 cash was stolen from a house in President Road between 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Friday. A white Toyota Camry with green tinted windows was seen parked nearby.
In Duncraig Drive, the power was disconnected, and the family dog locked in a room upstairs before jewellery was taken between 6.45am and 10.30pm on Thursday.
Last week, four Kellyville homes were broken into.
A Carlingford teen fell asleep at the wheel, wrecking a power pole on Sunday.
Police say the 19-year-old woman was driving her Mazda sedan on Barclay Road, North Rocks — near Muirfield High School — about 10pm when her car hit a pole.
The impact cut the base of the pole, causing a blackout in the area.
The car was towed away and the driver escaped injuries. She received an infringement notice.
A ute driven by a teenager mounted a kerb and knocked over a street sign with his ute before coming to a stop in a Kellyville property’s front yard on Friday.
Police say the 19-year-old from Ermington was driving east along Acres Road, Kellyville, when he lost control of his vehicle as he put the brakes on at York Road.
He told police he was driving 50km/h. Police measured 37 metres of skid marks at the scene.
The man has been issued with an infringement notice.
The King’s School at Parramatta is the subject of a police investigation after allegations of indecent and physical assault were made by a group of boarding students.
It is understood the allegations centre around indecent and unwanted sexual contact, which include the act of ‘‘turkey slapping’’, in which a male rubs his genitals on another’s face.
Detectives from the child abuse squad are investigating.
A Kellyville P-plater was fined nearly $500 — and given five demerit points — on Thursday night.
The 18-year-old man was travelling north along Roxborough Park Road in Baulkham Hills when he was stopped at 11.15pm for a random breath test.
He returned a negative reading and was issued a $242 fine and two demerit points for failing to display P-plates.
He was fined $253 and given three demerit points for speeding.
Officers say he was driving between 90km/h and 100km/h in an 80km/h zone.
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