While it’s been a relatively quiet period at Yass Police Station, there’s been multiple noteworthy incidents throughout the past fortnight.

On Friday the 17th of September at 1:15 pm a 39-year-old female was issued an infringement notice for breaching the Public Health Order. The woman attended a business in Laidlaw Street where she refused to wear a mask and refused to sign in to the venue. She was described as being argumentative and abusive. The female was issued an infringement notice for the breach and a 12-month banning notice.

Also on Friday the 17th of September at 3:15 pm a 36-year-old male was stopped on the Hume Highway at Yass. After enquiries, it was revealed the male had been disqualified from driving until October 2021. He was subsequently issued a notice to attend court.

Between the hours of 7:00 pm on Saturday the 18th of September and 12:00pm on Sunday the 19th of September, two vehicles were stolen from a property on Caves Road in Wee Jasper. Keys were within the vehicle at the time the theft occurred. The matter remains under investigation. Anyone with information that may help the investigation is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers online or call Yass Police Station at (02) 6226 9399.

On Monday the 20th of September at 1:45 pm at a roadworks site on Dog Trap Road in Marchmont, a 50-year-old male suffered a broken leg after a workplace incident. The man was taken to Canberra Hospital and the investigation has been referred to WorkSafe.

A reminder to anyone who has information regarding individuals or businesses in contravention of a COVID-19-related ministerial direction is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.