Hills police officers led on a foot chase

Officers led on a chase 

A 29-year-old aggravated robbery suspect was chased through Arlington Avenue, Tuckwell Road, and Lisa Crescent, Castle Hill, on Thursday.

Police were at his home in Castle Hill about 1pm to make inquiries and found stolen property in a car.

When they went to speak to the occupant he ran and was found about 4.30pm hiding in the yard of a Lisa Crescent property.

He was charged with aggravated break and enter, breach of bail, resist arrest, and drive while disqualified.


Three cars collide in Kellyville

A 41-year-old Kellyville woman and her son were hospitalised following a three-car collision in Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville, on Friday night.

Police said a 45-year-old man from Mount Druitt was driving south on Hezlett Road, Kellyville, at about 9pm when he allegedly failed to stop at a red light at the Samantha Riley Drive intersection.

His grey Mazda sedan side-swiped a black Peugeot sedan travelling west on Samantha Riley Drive.

The collision caused the Peugeot to spin and hit a red Mazda, driven by a 52-year-old woman from Erskine Park, who was attempting to turn left onto Samantha Riley Drive.

The Peugeot driver — a woman, 41, from Kellyville — and her son were taken to Westmead Hospital and have since been released but the boy will need further scans.

The other drivers were not injured although the Mazda driven by the man had to be towed away, as did the Peugeot.

Police are awaiting the results of a blood sample from the man before taking action.

Driver was trapped

A Carlingford man drove into the path of a car while attempting to turn into his driveway on Saturday.

He was taken to Westmead Hospital with possible head injuries after being trapped in his car for 45 minutes.

Police said the 30-year-old man was driving his green Subaru WRX north on Pennant Hills Road, Oatlands, at about 9pm when he allegedly made a right-hand turn into his driveway, colliding with a silver Holden ute.

The ute was driven by a 30-year-old man from Strathfield with a Korean license who tested negative for alcohol.

Police are awaiting the results of a blood sample from the other driver before taking action.

Mountain bike stolen

A $9500 Merida Scultura mountain bike was stolen from a garage in Beaumont Hills on the weekend, along with $1000 worth of hand tools.

The Hills’ acting crime manager, Katie Orr, said entry to the Honeyeater Crescent residence was gained by forcing the lock of a front door, between 5pm Saturday and 10.25am Sunday.

She said the stolen bike has a black frame with green flecks, and a white seat.

Driveway robbery

Personal belongings were stolen from two unlocked cars parked in driveways in The Hills on Friday.

A handbag, cash and wallet was stolen from a Mazda 3 in Abernathy Court, Kellyville, between 9.15am and 9.50am.

A police spokeswoman said one of the stolen cards was later used.

On the same day in Farmer Circuit, Beaumont Hills, a wallet was taken from a Toyota Tarago, between 9am and 10am.

Robbed as they slept

A laptop, mobile phones and keys were stolen from a home in Wrights Road, Castle Hill, while the family was sleeping upstairs.

The aggravated robbery is believed to have occurred between 11.30pm Thursday and 6.10am Friday.

‘‘They heard a noise about 3.15am [Saturday],’’ a police spokesman said.

He said entry to the premises was gained by forcing the lock of a front, ground-floor door.

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