Assault Charge: 54-year-old Mosman woman tries to bite local cop after boozy binge - and falls on him in the process.

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A 54-YEAR-OLD MOSMAN WOMAN HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING POLICE AND EVADING A TAXI FARE AFTER A DRUNKEN NIGHT OUT ON SATURDAY. WE HAVE ALL THE LATEST LOCAL CRIME NEWS THANKS TO NORTH SHORE POLICE AREA COMMAND.

 
 

Mosman

A Mosman woman has been charged with assaulting Police and failing to pay for a taxi after an incident on Saturday night (10 Aug). 

The 54-year-old was taken to Mosman Police Station after refusing to pay the fare. Police allege that the heavily intoxicated woman refused to comply with their requests and had to be physically removed from the taxi.  

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While being escorted into Mosman Police Station it is alleged the woman then tried to bite one of the officers.  As the officer pulled away from the woman, she lost her footing and fell - also causing the officer to fall to the ground.  Both the officer and the woman were taken to hospital with minor injuries. 

The woman is due to face Manly Court in October.

Allan Border Oval, Mosman.

Allan Border Oval, Mosman.

MOSMAN

A Mosman teenager has been charged with Robbery in Company after allegedly demanding money from a 15-year-old boy near Allan Border Oval on Sunday.

Police say a group of youths approached the boy at around 4pm, taking cash from his wallet. They will also allege that the same group is involved in two other robberies that occurred at around the same time, in the same location.

Investigations are continuing and anyone with information should contact Police. The alleged offender was refused bail and is due to appear at Children’s Court this week.

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Cremorne

Police would like to identify a man who attempted to steal a cash register tray from a dry-cleaners on 30 July.

The offender entered the dry cleaners on Military Road around 2.00pm, stepping over a sensor to avoid being noticed by staff.  The offender then grabbed the cash tray and left.

A staff member chased after the offender and was able to retrieve the cash tray.  The offender is described as male approx 40 years old, about 175cm - 180cm tall, with a thin build, wearing a black baseball cap and blue Adidas Tracksuit.

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North Sydney

 
 

A 55-year-old Paddington man will face Manly Court in September after being caught by Police driving unlicenced. Police stopped a Volkswagon Passat around 11am on 7 August near Berry Street. The driver was submitted to a random breath test and ask to produce his licence.

When the man was unable to produce a licence Police conducted checks revealing that the man had only ever held a learner licence - which expired in 2013.  Police will also allege that the man is a recidivist offender having received several court notices dating back to 1986 for driving unlicensed.  

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Cammeray

A 17-year-old male has been charged with several offences following an incident in Cammeray. Police allege that the boy stole a white BMW from Colin Street on 12 July causing damage to the vehicle as he drove away.

The white BMW was later involved in two petrol theft incidents and a break and enter in Harrington Park during which two other vehicles were stolen. One of the stolen vehicles, a black BMW, was later involved in a pursuit with Police. The boy, who has a disqualified learner licence was arrested on 20 July in Singleton following a pursuit in a stolen Ford Fiesta. He is due to appear at Parramatta Children’s Court in August.  

Mosman Police

Mosman

Police would like to warn the public about a fraud targeting elderly Mosman residents.  Thieves steal a person’s wallet and then later call the owner pretending to be their bank. 

At least two incidents involving this methodology have occurred in Mosman this year with the most recent occurring on 2 August. The wallet owner is deceived into providing their PIN to the thief who states they are from the bank and need to organise a replacement card. The thief then uses the card and PIN to withdraw cash from the victim’s account.

 

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