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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 3rd 2009
8 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 4, 2009 MB NEWS Four stab man at night in carpark CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 on the beat 1 2 3 4 2 2 5 1 A 22-YEAR-OLD man was set upon and stabbed on his way home from a night out in Lidcombe. The attack happened in a carpark in Tooheys Lane about 1am on Sunday, May 24. His attackers punched him and stabbed him in his stomach, thighs and arms. The four men then ran to the roof section of the carpark and drove away. The victim was discovered a short time later and was taken to Bankstown Hospital. Anyone with information should phone Flemington police on 9646 8699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 2 POLICE made 12 arrests during three operations at Inner West railway stations last Friday. Flemington police and drug detection dogs targeted crime in and around Lidcombe station, Sydney Olympic Park station and Strathfield station. The offences included possession of prohibited drugs, including heroin, amphetamines, ecstasy, and cannabis, failure to comply with direction and offensive language. 3 A UTE driven by a 36-year-old Padstow man collided with a stationary trailer on Kerrs Rd, Lidcombe, at 6.30am on Saturday. The man was trapped inside for a short time and was rescued by fire brigade officers. He was taken to Westmead Hos- pital with serious head injuries. 4 POLICE in Ashfield are investigating three attacks on women in the area. In the most recent incident on Friday a man in attempted to grab a woman while she was walking home along Elizabeth St and Nixon St at 6.10pm. The man is described as aged about 30 years, of Middle Eastern appear- ance, 165cm tall and was clean shaven. He was wearing a dark blue T-shirt, blue pants, and a blue baseball cap. A day earlier a man exposed himself to a woman as she was walking along Bland St at 6.15pm. The man is described as aged 40 to 50 years, of Asian appearance and was 158cm tall. He had black and grey short hair and he was wearing long blue pants and a green top. Another incident occurred on Wednesday, May 20, when a man carried out an indecent act on a woman in the stairwell to her unit block in Alt St, Ashfield, about 7.40pm. The man is described as aged in his late 30s or 40s, about 170cm tall, caucasian, and had pale skin and a large build, with a large belly. He was wearing a baseball cap, green T-shirt and long pants. Anyone with any information about any of these incidents should contact Ashfield police on 9797 4099. 5 THE mounted police will be patrolling Ashfield on June 10 and 11, continuing a long tradition in the area. The NSW Mounted Police is the oldest continuous operational mounted unit in the world. It was formed by Governor Brisbane on September 7, 1825. Policing in Ashfield has also a long history. Ashfield police station was one of the original police stations forming the Metropolitan Police District when the Police Regulation Act was intro- duced in 1882. The original building and police cells are still in place today, although it is no longer in use operationally. The mounted police are often asked to the Ashfield command to assist with high visibility policing duties. These patrols are conducted in pairs and are highly effective, according to Ashfield's crime prevention officer, Constable Sean Brennan. Graduates join thin blue line THERE are some new police on the beat in the Inner West. Pictured are the four new probationary constables who have joined Burwood local area command. Angela Halteh, Chadd Smith, Matthew Manoukian and Ismail Eyvaz started work last month after graduating from Goulburn Police College. Drummoyne State Labor MP and Parlia- mentary Secretary to Police Minister Angela D'Amore has congratulated the new officers. ''They have chosen a challenging job, but one which can deliver tremendous re- wards,'' she said. ''I'm sure these new officers will be an asset to the local community and local area command.'' Flemington local area command has 13 new probationary constables and Ashfield has nine. special buys from thurs 04 jun special buysTM Celery Bunch each 99c per unit Pink Lady Apples 1kg $1.99 per kg Brushed Potatoes 4kg 75c per kg 99c for this we ek´s spe cial buys visit aldi.com.au a Large Dog Kennel • Thermal insulated plastic • Flea and tick resistant • Available in forest or charcoal & light grey Office in a Box • Strong, durable and can be stacked for long term archiving • 10pk suspension files included smarter shopping aldi.com.au OPENING HOURS: See your local store or www.aldi.com.au for details. Prices are correct at time of printing and are subject to change. Produce prices valid from 02/06/09 to 08/06/09. All offers while stocks last. In the event of unexpected high demand, ALDI Stores reserves the right to limit purchases to reasonable retail quantities. ALDM3584/W23/9/A $99 $1999 $149 1kg $1.49 per kg $199 available from 02 to 08 jun every produce item you see here is 100% Aussie grown $299
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