Police appalled at weekend behaviour

POLICE arrested a 16-year-old Leeton youth following a break in at the Yanco General Store in the early hours of Friday morning.POLICE arrested a 16-year-old Leeton youth following a break in at the YancoGeneral Store in the early hours of Friday morning.

Police allege the youth, who wason bail at the time, went to the store with another youth about 12.40am and smashed awindow to the store and, after gaining entry, stole a quantity of cash and other goods.

Police located the youth a short distance away from the store where he allegedly hadcustody of some of the stolen property.

He was arrested andcharged with break, enter and steal and two counts of goods in custody.

He was refused bail by police andlater appeared in the Narrandera Children’s Court where he was granted bailed to appearat Leeton Local Court in April.

Police are still seeking the second offender and have called on anyone withinformation to contact Crime Stoppers orLeeton police.


A 46-YEAR-OLD Whitton man has been arrested and charged following a dog attack in Whitton on Friday evening.

Police allege a 10-year-old Whitton boy was attackedby a large dog and received a serious bite to his buttock.

The boy was treated at thescene by paramedics.

Leeton police and Leeton ShireCouncil rangers attended ahome in Whitton about 10pm on Friday night to speak to the owner of the dog, whoallegedly became abusive and threatening.

He was arrestedand will appear in Leeton Local Court in April to face charges of owner of attacking dog, owner of dog not under control and wilfully obstruct officer in the execution of their duty.

Police searched the yard of the man in attempt to locate thedog and, while not being able to locate it, did allegedly locate three cannabis plantsgrowing in the yard.

The plants have been seized and the man’s 52-year-old de facto willface charges of cultivate prohibited plant.


ABOUT8.35pmon Friday night a 36-year-old Woy Woy man was arrested after the car he was drivingwas stopped in Narrandera.

He failed a roadside breath test and a later breath analysisreturned a reading of 0.267

The man informed police he had been drinking at Leetonand had set off to return to Woy Woy after visiting friends, a journey of more than 600 kilometres.

His license was suspended and he will face Narrandera Local Courtin April charged with driving with ahigh range PCA.

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