Posts in Category: Police and crime
FEWER burglaries and thefts in Wangaratta have been the catalyst to an overall drop in crime in the rural city last financial year.
THE State Government has passed new laws that crack down on people who attack and injure emergency workers on duty by making sure they are…
THE driver of a Ferrari allegedly clocked at 233kph on the Hume Freeway in February will contest a charge of dangerous driving because he believed…
A MAN awaiting trial for allegedly placing an imitation firearm in the mouth of his former partner in June was granted bail in Wangaratta Magistrate’s…
TWO Wangaratta men will remain in custody after appearing in court yesterday, both charged with the murder of missing Wangaratta man Nathan Day.
A WANGARATTA woman who allegedly set fire to the rear of her neighbour’s home last year has been committed to stand trial in County Court.
Searches are currently being undertaken at two Wangaratta addresses as part of the investigation.
SECURITY cameras focusing attention on potential hot spots in Wangaratta’s CBD could be installed by the end of 2018.
Woman’s eight year jail term for trafficking an “evil” drug
Nathan Day, 35, was last seen by a close associate around lunchtime on July 26 in the vicinity of Vincent Road and Morrell Street.
POLICE believe it is possible other people were approached by a man who assaulted a woman on a bike path in Wangaratta last Tuesday.
Detectives remain committing to solving Kath Bergamin case