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Crime

Volunteers prove their worth

Tuesday January 15, 2019

Takitumu’s volunteer police officers were kept busy over the Christmas and New Year’s period working diligently to keep the area’s roads free of dangerous and reckless drivers.

The Cook Islands Police Service has emerged from the two-week festive season with a healthy level of confidence in its performance regarding road safety and community security, says spokesman Trevor Pitt.

A young woman acquitted on a charge of fighting in a public place was warned not to appear in the Cook Islands High Court again.

Man given interim name suppression

Saturday January 12, 2019

A man charged with having sexual intercourse with a female without her consent has been granted interim name suspension.

Assault case adjourned for decision

Saturday January 12, 2019

James Kavakura, who has been charged for one count of assault on a female, will have his case decided the Cook Islands High Court on January 17.

Assault costs bar patron $300 fine

Friday January 11, 2019

A man charged with assaulting a person at a bar in Arorangi, was convicted and fined $300 when he appeared before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.

JP has warning for EBA defendants

Friday January 11, 2019

Eleven people charged with driving with excess breath alcohol appeared before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.

Cook Islands Police are reminding the members of the public to be vigilant and to look after their belongings at all times.

Weekend brings 14 arrests

Tuesday January 08, 2019

Fourteen people were arrested and charged for violent behaviour, including domestic violence, and drunk-driving over the weekend.

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