*A Mount Druitt youth, 15 was charged with three counts for break enter and steal and resisting arrest last Tuesday (September 25).
Police allege the boy stole property from residential premises in Mt Druitt and Toongabbie.
He was refused bail to reappear in Parramatta Childrens Court on October 10.
*A Willmot man, 26 will face court this month after he assaulted a Mount Druitt Hospital staff member
Police allege it happened in the hospital’s emergency department around 5am on September 22.
The man was charged with assault and bailed to appear at Mt Druitt Local Court on October 11.
*Police have appealed for information following an armed robbery at a St Marys service station last Tuesday morning.
Two male offenders forced their way into the Great Western Highway premises west of Pages Road at around 4.15am, smashing the glass doors in the process. One was armed with a large knife.
The offenders left the premises after having taking money and cigarettes
A crime scene was established and examined by forensic officers.
The first male was described as 165-170 centimetres tall, obese/solid build, concealed face, wearing a dark jacket.
The second was 18 centimetres tall, solid build, concealed face, wearing a dark jumper and black jeans.
Anyone who saw or has knowledge in relation to this incident should call Crime Stoppers on 1800333000 or St Marys Police on 96777499.
*A man will face court next month after an allegedly threatening phone call was made to a staff member at a Mount Druitt private school.
Police alleged the call was made on September 21.
Mount Druitt detectives arrested a Whalan man, 30, last Wednesday as a result of inquiries.
He was charged with “use carriage service to menace/harass/offend.
He was granted strict conditional bail to appear in Mount Druitt Local Court on October 25
*Mount Druitt Police encourages residents to sign NSW Police 150th Anniversary message book
NSW Police Force is inviting members of the public to pass on a written message to police, past and present.
The message book will be on display at Mount Druitt Police Station December 2012. s.
Message books will be collected from each of the state’s local area commands and compiled into a book to be kept for historical safekeeping.
It is hoped the book will serve as a lasting memento of the Force’s 150th Anniversary and provide a source of inspiration for future generations of police.