A MAN wanted over a shooting in Airds last November has been charged with firearms offences and refused bail.
The arrested man, 36, allegedly fired several shots during an incident in Rawdon Place which saw two other men receive medical treatment for shotgun pellet wounds.
He was arrested on Sunday and charged with discharging a firearm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, and using a firearm in a manner likely to injure persons or property.
Car on footpath
A motorist is facing several charges following a car chase through Campbelltown streets on Friday.
The chase ended at the intersection of Bradbury Avenue and the Moore Oxley Bypass when the motorist and his passenger got stuck in traffic and fled the Volkswagen Golf on foot.
The alleged driver was arrested a short time later in a nearby house. He was charged with Skye’s law (police pursuit), possessing a prohibited drug, trespass, and revocation of parole.
His passenger is still at large.
Seen on CCTV
Macquarie Fields police want to speak to a woman allegedly seen on CCTV footage using a stolen card at an ATM in Glenquarie Shopping Centre about 12.15pm on Friday, February 1. The woman, who was wearing a floral top, got cash out of the centre’s ATM at 12.15pm on February 1.
CCTV images are on the Macquarie Fields local area command Facebook page.
If you have information contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Macquarie Fields police on 9605 0499.
A man, 49, and a woman, 43, have been charged with drug possession after police searched their house in Martha Way, Ambarvale, last Tuesday.
Both will appear in Campbelltown Local Court on April 17.
Eight people were dealt with by Campbelltown police on Thursday as part of a shoplifting operation at Campbelltown Mall.
One person was issued with a court attendance notice, three issued with criminal infringement notices and four were given youth cautions under the Young Offenders Act.
An Airds man, 33, will face a goods in custody charge following a police search of his vehicle last week.
The man was arrested while at a service station on Appin Road, Campbelltown.
This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.