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A BMW X5 sporting stolen number plates was rammed into two police cars in a McDonald’s car park at Frankston North, early Friday morning, 10 November. The force of the impact knocked one of the cars into a policeman standing beside it. He was not injured in incident at 12.30am. Sergeant Anthony Maxwell, of Frankston CIU, said the driver of the black four-wheel-drive, described as Caucasian, sped off along Ballarto Rd. The car has roof racks and registration plates AHO 096. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000..
Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Paul Busuttil, of Frankston CIU, said police would especially target those selling synthetic cannabis in shops, usually “adult shops”, in which the drug can make up 80 per cent of sales. “We will visit all 10 retailers in Frankston and take a zero tolerance approach,” Detective Busuttil said. “They are being put on notice that there will be random visits and that ignorance is no excuse.” Retailers were able to change the mix of ingredients to remain clear of the ban under previous legislation which identified specific molecules in the product. Now a “blanket ban” makes this harder to bypass.
Shop set on fire
FRANKSTON detectives say they will take a hardline approach against the sellers of synthetic cannabis now the practice has been criminalised. Legislation passed by state Parliament on 1 November prohibits the production, sale, supply or advertising of drugs that have psychoactive effects. Heavy penalties apply. A first offence can result in a $19,000 fine or two years in jail.
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POLICE are investigating an incident at a Frankston house in which a man shoved a small, black handgun into a woman’s back to “scare her”. The incident, in Drysdale St, Frankston, occurred among people known to each other, 7.45pm, Tuesday 7 November. Afterwards the offender ran off and the woman, who was visiting her boyfriend at the house, was taken to Frankston Hospital for observation.
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Ciggie butt may be to blame
A MAN set fire to the front of a shop in Excelsior Dr, Frankston North, last week. Detective Senior Constable John Melhuish, of Frankston CIU, said the man, aged in his 30s, poured accelerant on the footpath and building facade and set it alight, 3.45am, Friday 3 November. The man wearing a light-coloured hoodie fled on foot. Frankston CFA put the fire out. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.
‘Hard line’ against synthetic cannabis
and fleeing. Anyone who recognises the woman, or who has other information, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 00 or submit a confidential crime report at crimestoppersvic.com.au online
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Bag gone: CCTV image of woman sought over theft.
Frankston bag thief
A BAG containing a man’s wallet and other personal items was stolen from a Frankston hotel last month. CCTV footage shows a woman standing in the hotel’s smoking area about 4.45pm, Tuesday 10 October. Senior Constable Alistair Parsons said she appeared to wait until the owner stepped away from the bag before covering it with her hoodie
A DISCARDED cigarette may have caused a fire in a freshly laid mulch bed which burnt a fence, Sunday 5 November. A neighbour of the Kelvin Av, Seaford, property, said three metres of treated pine fence and a large tree were blackened and charred in the blaze, which started at 12.55am. Frankston CFA attended.
Cash goes in robbery DETECTIVES are investigating a burglary at a tobacco store in a Frankston shopping complex. An unknown offender forced a hole in the ceiling to enter the store on Ashleigh Avenue, 3.50am, Friday 3 November. He stole a quantity of cash before fleeing through the hole. Leading Senior Constable Natalie Dean said the man was wearing black tracksuit pants, dark-coloured hoodie and runners. Anyone with information is urged to Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at crimestoppersvic.com.au online.
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