Police arrested three youths at a party in Blenheim on Saturday night for allegedly breaching their bail conditions, police say.
Police went to Lucas St about 8.15pm after they received several calls that a party had "got out of hand", said Constable Andrew Holdaway, of Blenheim.
The three people arrested are being dealt with by Blenheim Youth Aid.
Three men, aged 21, 18 and 19, were arrested at 5.45pm on Sunday and charged with wilful damage after vegetation was set on fire at the base of a large wattle tree at the Wairau River Floodway Reserve, Bothams Bend Rd, Spring Creek. Two of the men were labourers and one was an engineer. The men have been bailed to appear in Blenheim District Court on September 10. Another man ran off and while his identity is known, he has yet to be spoken to by police.
A Springlands resident was woken by a noise in her garage about 3am on Sunday. A police cordon was set up and the Blenheim police dog unit found a man with alcohol from the property. He was charged with burglary.
A vehicle parked in Litchfield St had two of its tyres slashed overnight on Sunday.
Five people were reported to be fighting outside Fairweathers Bar in Scott St at 1am on Saturday, after they had been asked to leave for being drunk.
There were 18 arrests in total at the weekend. A 24-year-old airman was arrested for fighting in Scott St, Blenheim at 1.05am on Saturday.
A 22-year-old unemployed man was arrested and charged with wilful damage, threatening to kill, assaulting his partner and resisting arrest after an incident in West End, Kaikoura, about 2am on Saturday. He allegedly assaulted his partner before smashing a window.
Following his arrest he continued to struggle violently and headbutted the window of the patrol vehicle, breaking it. The man was remanded in custody to appear in Blenheim District Court.
A 22-year-old male labourer was arrested at 3pm on Saturday and charged with wilful damage after he allegedly smashed the windscreen on his partner's motor vehicle on August 19.
A 41-year-old female administration clerk and a 20-year-old unemployed female were arrested and charged with possession of cannabis after police carried out a search after smelling cannabis while making an unrelated inquiry at 6.25pm on Saturday.
A total of 30 grams of dried cannabis plant material was found at the address.
A 27-year-old unemployed man was arrested on warrant at 10.20pm on Saturday for failing to appear in court.
A 21-year-old male engineer was arrested and charged with disorderly behaviour and his partner, a 22-year-old mother, was arrested for obstructing police after an incident in Francis St, Blenheim at 2.15am on Sunday.
- The Marlborough Express