Police crackdown nets results in Coraki



POLICE have come down hard in Coraki as a response to community fears there about continuing violence.

Police announced over the weekend they had made several arrests there.

A 19-year-old Coraki woman has been charged with assault, affray and offensive behaviour.

Police say the same woman was dealt with on an outstanding arrest warrant.

She was sentenced in Lismore Local court to three months jail.

As well, a 14-year-old Coraki youth has been interviewed by police in relation to having a knife in a public place, resisting arrest, assaulting police and causing malicious damage.

The youth is to be dealt with under the juvenile cautioning program as part of the Young Offenders Act.

And on Friday night local police arrested an 11-year-old Coraki boy and charged him with four counts of assault, affray, malicious damage, offensive behaviour, offensive language, custody of am knife in a public place and stealing.

As well, two counts of entering enclosed land and three counts of stalking and intimidation have also been laid.

The youth has been granted strict conditional bail and is due to appear in Casino Children's court on April 4.



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