Car targeted in attack

Police are appealing for information after a car received $3000 worth of damage in Rouse Hill late last week.
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The white Mazda 2 was parked in Claxton Circuit between 5pm on Thursday, October 20 and 7am on Friday, October 21.

Police said the suspects allegedly poured a liquid substance on the roof and bonnet of the car which resulted in the damage.

Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000 or Castle Hill police on9680 5399.

Bracelet stolen in Rouse HillA diamond bracelet valued at $12,000 has been stolen from a home in Rouse Hill. The jewelry was stolen from a Claxton Circuit address between August, 27 and September 20. People with information are encouraged otcontact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.

Woman charged with offensive behaviourA Carlingford woman, 36, has been charged after abusing and threatening passersby in Carlingford.

Officers responded to reports of the woman standing on Pennant Hills Road verbally abusing and threatening people with abottle of alcohol, obstructing traffic and flashing her breasts.

The incident occurred between 3pm and 4pm on Thursday, October 20 before policearrested the woman.

She was charged with behaving in an offensive manner in or near a public place and will appear in the Downing Centre on November 10.

Driver collides with stationery busA man, 49, has been charged with drink drivingafter he collided with the back of a stationerybus on Pennant Hills Road.

The Emu Plains man blamed the“sunlight in his eyes” as the cause of the accident.Police said they conducted a roadside breath test with the man returning a positive result.

He was taken to Castle Hill police station for further analysis.

The man returned a 0.131 result and had hislicense suspended and confiscated.

Hewas charged with mid-range prescribed concentration of alcohol, issued a field attendance noticeand will appear in Parramatta Local Court on November 9.

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