Parkes High School has been broken into three times in five days

Forensic police will assess a number of rooms at Parkes High School after they were broken into and vandalised over the last few days. 

Unknown persons gained entry to classrooms by smashing windows between 5pm Wednesday and 7am Thursday.

A number of doors and walls were graffitied and a set of speakers, valued at $500, were stolen.

Between 5pm on Thursday and 3am on Friday unknown persons broke into the administration area of the school by forcing and damaging a number of doors. 

On Sunday between 4pm and 6pm offenders gained entry to Home Economics room by smashing a window.

The smell of gas was detected in the room.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Parkes Police on 6862 9999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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A red Honda quad bike was stolen from a rural property at Tottenham overnight on Wednesday.

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Police are investigating the theft of a chainsaw from a rural property at Peak Hill.

The chainsaw was taken between 7am on November 1 and 5pm on November 5.

Anyone with information on any of these matters is urged to contact Parkes Police on 6862 9999.

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Police were called to a disturbance on the corner of Woodward and Porter Streets at 10pm on Friday.

Six people were fighting on the street after a verbal dispute escalated.

Investigations are continuing.

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A 35-year-old Parkes man will face court after being arrested at 5pm on Friday. 

Bruce Martin, formerly of Wentworth Street, was charged with assault and breaching a court order.

He was refused bail by police and appeared in Forbes Local Court on Saturday.

Martin was bailed to Lake Cargelligo and will appear in Parkes Local Court on Monday, November 20. 

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Eggs were thrown on a car parked on the road in front of a High Street residence at 1.50am on Sunday. 

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A 25-year-old man was arrested and charged with 10 offences on Thursday.

He was charged with four counts of use carriage service to threaten to kill, four counts of use carriage service to menace, harass, and two counts of stalk and intimidate.

He will appear before Raymond Terrace Local Court on Tuesday, December 5.