8 January 2017

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Take a walk down some memory lanes

Police patrol Stolen bike found THIS quality BMC off-road bike, right, was found during a property search at Patterson Lakes. It is believed to be stolen. Detective Senior Constable Amelia Faulkner, of Kingston Crime Investigation Unit, said the owner should call 9556 6111 to claim it.

Public help in arrest MEMBERS of the public held onto the car keys of a man considered too drunk to drive in White St, Parkdale, 5.45pm, Thursday 2 February. When Mordialloc police arrived at the scene at the corner of Nepean Hwy the unconscious man, 32, was lying on the footpath. His car was in the left lane in White St with its hazard lights on blocking traffic. Police spoke to the Parkdale man and confirmed their view that he was drunk. An ambulance arrived and the man told the officer that he was drunk. Police said he became increasingly loud and aggressive and, when they moved in, he allegedly swore and wanted to fight police. When told he was under arrest the man allegedly swung a punch, which missed, and was then handcuffed. The man refused a breath test and was taken back to the station where he was lodged for drunk and disorderly. The man will be charged on summons with being drunk in a public place, resisting police and refusing a breath test.

Smash before entry

Monday morning and stole cash and a stereo system valued at $1450. Police said CCTV footage captured the moment three offenders smashed the front glass door and reached in and unsnibbed the lock, 3.40am. Two of the men kicked in the door to the manager’s office and found $450 cash on the floor. Soon after, the third man entered and assisted in removing the $1000 stereo from under the reception desk. The Caucasian men in their early-to-mid-20s were wearing hoodies, baseball caps and gloves. One, of medium build, was wearing a dark-coloured jacket with light-coloured hood with the word “Racing” on the back. He was carrying a small bag with a black strap. Another was of average build, wearing a black jacket and carrying a torch and crowbar. The third was of thin build, short dark hair, wearing three-quarterlength jeans, black gloves and hoodie.

THIEVES smashed the front window of a massage studio in Edithvale early

Big tool haul MORE than 200 power tools, most likely stolen from tradies, over several years, were recovered when detectives raided a property in Balarang Ct, Patterson Lakes, Friday 3 February. Detective Senior Constable Phillip Wilkinson, of Kingston Crime Investigation Unit, said the haul included a Kingchrome tool box, grinders, four air compressors, electric sanders, hammer drills, cordless drills, circular saws, nail guns, Makita tool bag, Bosch tool bag, Milwaukie tool bag and three sanding machines. “If anyone has had items similar to these stolen over the past two years and has some identifying feature on the tool in order to identify it, they should call Kingston CIU on 9556 6111,” he said. A 45-year-old Patterson Lakes man has been charged with handling stolen goods, possessing proceeds of crime, and possessing ammunition and explosives. He will appear at Moorabbin Magistrates’ Court in May.

DO you know the history of where you live in Chelsea? Where was Hoadley’s Hall? Which local church was built in a day? And what was made in the old gut factory? A new community walk in memory of Chelsea historian Margaret Jacobs with all the answers will be held for the first time early next month. Margaret Jacobs, a keen historian and Chelsea and District Historical Society volunteer, passed away in June last year at the age of 87 after a long illness. The historical society is inviting people to walk in the footsteps of history throughout Chelsea in the inaugural Margaret’s Walk community memorial walk, a guided tour written by Mrs Jacobs. The 3km walk around Chelsea, organised by the historical society with the help of scout and cub groups and the Uniting Church Chelsea Parish, will point out sites and landmarks of historical significance.

The Chelsea walk will take participants from Mt Chelsea play slide at Bicentennial Park, round the residential streets to the church in Sherwood Ave for a pit stop, and then back to the park via the sports ground. Participants can join a guided group, organise a group, or walk on their own. A map and notes of what to see will be handed out on the night. Margaret’s Walk will begin at Bicentennial Park on Friday 3 March, meet 6.15pm for 6.30pm start and finish back at Mt Chelsea play slide 8-8.30pm. All are welcome to the free event. There will be a midway refreshments break at St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Sherwood Avenue. Parking and barbecues available at Bicentennial Park. Contact Rev Claire Dawe on 0410 827 597 for more information.

Wetlands fire

A FIRE at the Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands birdwatchers gazebo last week may have been deliberately lit. A man was seen riding away from the building in Austin Rd, Seaford, before fire took hold of the walkway, 7pm, Saturday 4 February. CFA crews attending said they found traces of accelerant. Damage is said to be minor. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.



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