Hills Crime Wrap

A man will face court after he breached an apprehended domestic violence order and was caught drink driving in Glenhaven.

Police will allege the Kellyville man, 52, breached the court order by turning up and phoning his former partner before he was arrested and taken to Castle Hill police at about 9.20pm on Friday, September 8.

The man also returned a positve reading to a roadside breath test and further breath analysis revealed a reading of 0.060. 

He was charged with breach apprehended domestic violence order and low-range drink driving.

He is due to appear in court at a later date.

Teen injured in street assault

A teenager was injured during an assault in Rouse Hill. Police said the teenage boy, 17, was attacked by two youths at about 5.30pm on Tuesday, September 5 at a bus stop on Tempus Street. 

Two witnesses intervened and the offenders ran off before the teenager was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Suspended driver caught driving

A man will face court after he was stopped driving an unregistered vehicle in Kellyville. 

Police said officers stopped the Kellyville man, 27, driving on Wrights Road at about 7pm on Tuesday, September 5.

After speaking with the man, officers discovered his driver’s licence was suspended. He was issued a court attendance notice for drive motor vehicle while licence suspended and use unregistered vehicle.

He will face court at a later date.

Drink driver to face court

A man has been charged with mid-range drink driving after he was stopped in Beaumont Hills. 

It is alleged the Beaumont Hills man, 27, was driving erratically on Birkdale Place at about 3.15am on Sunday, September 10 before being stopped by police.

A roadside breath test returned a positive reading and he was taken to Castle Hill police station for further breath analysis, which returned a reading of 0.142. 

He is due to appear in Parramatta Local Court on October 4.

This story Violence order breach first appeared on Rouse Hill Courier.