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Byron Shire
March 6, 2021

Lismore’s long arm of the law

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Four men who are in custody for other matters have been charged with a range of offences within the Richmond Police District.

• On Sunday 19 August 2018, a white Toyota Hilux was stolen from Yamba, Following DNA examination of the vehicle, police attended Silverwater Correctional Facility on Wednesday 17 April 2019 and a 30-year-old man was spoken to.

He was subsequently charged with take/drive conveyance without consent of owner and is expected to appear at Lismore Local Court on Friday (26 April 2019).

• On Sunday 1 April 2019, police conducted a search warrant in relation to a 37-year-old at Grafton Correctional Centre. It is alleged the man remotely wiped the contents of a mobile phone whilst in police custody. The phone allegedly contained videos depicting serious assaults.

On Wednesday 17 April 2019, police attended Silverwater Correctional Facility and spoke to the 37-year-old man. He was subsequently charged with pervert the course of justice and is expected to appear ay Lismore Local Court on Thursday 9 May 2019.

• On Thursday 25 July 2019, a Mazda was stolen from Goonellabah. Following DNA examination of the vehicle, on Thursday 18 April 2019, a 27-year-old was spoken to at Newcastle Police Station.

He was subsequently charged with take/drive conveyance without consent of owner and is expected to appear at Lismore Local Court on Monday 3 June 2019.

• On Saturday November 2018, an address on Hickey Street, Casino was broken into where a number of items were stolen. A forensic analysis was conducted on the property.

On Thursday 18 April 2019, police spoke to a 37-year-old man at Newcastle Police Station. He was charged with break, enter and steal. He is expected to appear at Lismore Local Court on Tuesday 4 June 2019.


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