A 27-year-old man who was arrested early yesterday was the third person to be arrested over the weekend for being on a property without a reasonable excuse.
The man was arrested in Hospital Rd, Blenheim, about 3.25am on Monday after being seen on a property, Constable Andrew Holdaway said.
The man, who was unable to provide a reasonable explanation for being on the property, was charged with being unlawfully on property and will appear in the Blenheim District Court on September 2.
A 25-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman were also arrested and ordered to appear in court on September 2 after they were found at a Newman Rd property without reasonable excuse at 10.30pm on Friday.
A 42-year-old beneficiary was taken into police custody about 1am on Sunday when she was found to be unable to look after herself because of her level of intoxication, Mr Holdaway said.
She was released when sober.
Later that day, at 8.50am, an 18-year-old woman was arrested at a Faulkland Drive address for assaulting a family member.
The unemployed woman was due to appear in court yesterday, Mr Holdaway said.
A 17-year-old student was given a pre-charge warning and released after police arrested her at 5.45pm on Sunday for obstructing police when they went to investigate a domestic dispute, he said.
Police also arrested a 48-year-old fabricator at 8.32pm on Sunday for disorderly behaviour in Grove Rd.
The man was released when sober, with a pre-charge warning.
At 11.15pm on Saturday an 18-year-old labourer was arrested for wilful damage after he was seen damaging real estate signs.
He was given a pre-charge warning and released.
An 18-year-old student was arrested for assaulting another man in Market St at 12.05am, Mr Holdaway said.
The student was held in custody until sober and released with a pre-charge warning.
At midnight on Saturday a 56-year-old woman, a sickness beneficiary, was arrested in Mary St for breaching her bail conditions by being intoxicated, Mr Holdaway said.
She was held in custody and appeared in court later that morning.
Mr Holdaway said two others were arrested on Friday.
A 17-year-old youth was arrested at 3.30pm for breaching his bail and was held in custody to appear in court on Saturday.
At 5pm, a 23-year-old man was arrested for a historic assault and wilful damage and will appear in court on September 2.
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