A man has been charged with high range PCA after he was stopped by police at 4pm on Tuesday, November 3.
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Police conducted a random breath test on the 32-year-old driver on the Newell Highway, near Webb Street, to which he returned a positive result.
He was taken back to Parkes Police Station for a breath analysis.
His licence was suspended on the spot and he will appear in Parkes Local Court in December.
Police stopped a Holden Commodore in Clarinda Street at 8.55pm on Monday, November 2 for a random breath test.
Police spoke with the three occupants in the car and had reasonable suspicion to search them and the vehicle.
Police found a 14-year-old boy to be carrying a small amount of what they allege to be cannabis and cannabis paraphernalia.
Police attended a block of units in Grenfell Street after receiving reports two people had been assaulted.
The incident was reported at 3.45pm on Sunday, November 1, where it is alleged a 63-year-old man punched another 63-year-old man in the face and a 49-year-old woman in the face in one of the victim's units, and then left.
Three days later the alleged offender was charged two counts of assault and given conditional bail, to appear in Parkes Local Court in December.
A woman has been handed an infringement notice for negligent driving after her car left the road and lost control.
Police say the 38-year-old driver was travelling south on the Newell Highway about 2.45pm on Sunday, November 1 when her Toyota Camry allegedly left the road near Maguire Road, encountered gravel and lost control.
The car ran into a small embankment.
The woman is reported to have not suffered any injuries.
Thieves have targeted utes in the last week, taking a number of valuable items.
Occurring between 6.30pm on Friday, October 30 and 1pm Sunday, November 1, the owner of a white utility that was parked in Bushman Street noticed their Samsung Galaxy phone and tablet, and a laptop missing.
On Wednesday, November 4 between 6am and 7am, the owner of a utility returned to their vehicle in Coronation Avenue and noticed the toolbox in the tray had been opened.
A number of tools are believed to have been stolen, including a Milwaukee brand rattle gun, drill, tech drill and grinder, plus three batteries for cordless tools, valued at $1500.
Police are still investigating the incidents.
There was a break, enter and steal at a premises in Austral Street between noon on Friday, October 30 and 12.50pm on Monday, November 2.
Police believe the offenders gained entry into the building by forcing the lock to a rear door.
Four rooms were found to have been disturbed and items were missing.
These include a chin-up bar, record player and records, a CCTV monitor and a hard drive.
Police said it also appeared the power had been turned off.
A window to a primary school in Currajong Street was smashed on the evening of Tuesday, November 3.
Police have not identified any suspects and the matter is still being investigated.
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