K2, alcohol in man's system

Last updated 10:28 19/12/2012

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A 38-year-old man yelling and waving a butcher's knife on a busy Invercargill street was affected by alcohol and artificial cannabinoid K2, the Invercargill District Court was told yesterday.

Daniel William Stretch appeared before Judge Emma Smith in Invercargill District Court yesterday on three charges of behaving in a disorderly manner and one of possessing a knife in a public place on November 27 and December 9. He was sentenced to 100 hours' community work and fined $300.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Grant Gerken said Stretch was seen on Tweed St yelling and waving a butcher's knife in the air.

The road was extremely busy at the time. Police found two knives on him and when spoken to he was unco-operative, drunk and affected by K2. When he was released from custody the same day he yelled abuse outside the police station and police told him to move on. He became aggressive but walked away when he was warned he would be "sprayed", Mr Gerken said.

He was arrested after he adopted a fighting stance towards the officer and taken back to the station.

On December 9 he was observed outside a nightclub walking up and down the pavement raising his arms in the air and talking to himself, Mr Gerken said.

When spoken to by police he said he had been drinking and taking K2.

Benefit fraud
Slade Ronald Desmond McIntosh, 38, was sentenced to three months' community detention and 200 hours' community work for five charges of wilfully omitting to tell a Social Security officer he was either employed or his correct income and continued to receive benefits between October 24, 2007, and January 1 this year.

Burglary
Noel Anthony Feasey, 32, was sentenced to six months' home detention for burglary, failing to answer district court bail on October 23, threatening to damage property, namely burning a woman's house down, with intent to frighten and threatening to injure a person knowing his conduct was likely to frighten between November 1 and 29.

Intentional damage William Peter Broughton, 21, shepherd, of Ohai, was sentenced to 75 hours' community work and ordered to pay $1782 reparation for intentionally damaging a ceiling at Christchurch on August 18.

David Ezra Alfred Wairau, 18, of Winton, was sentenced to 100 hours' community work and ordered to pay reparation for intentionally damaging a terracotta pot, a vehicle and a large glass window at Winton on October 7.

Assault
Frank Nehua Henare was sentenced to 300 hours' community work for assault using a knife as a weapon on December 2.

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Jim Junior Tepau Aeropo, 27, was remanded on bail to February 22 for sentence for assault with intent to injure and threatening to kill on November 9.

Barry John O'Brien, 42, was remanded in custody to February 22 for sentence for two charges of assaulting a female and one of assault.

Theft
Nikolos Dean Smith, 17, was sentenced to 125 hours' community work, six months' supervision, and disqualified from driving for 13 months for theft, driving while disqualified, failing to stop for police and driving recklessly at Winton on June 9. He was convicted and discharged for being unlawfully in a building and failing to answer district court bail.

Cannabis
Steven Leonard Black, 47, labourer, of Half Moon Bay, was fined $500 for possessing cannabis and possessing utensils at Half Moon Bay on December 11.

Offensive weapon
Selwyn Herewini Waimoana, 37, was sentenced to 75 hours' community work and fined $300 for possessing an offensive weapon, namely a knife, at Southland Hospital and using words, namely "go outside and I will smash you over", to a person with intent to threaten him on November 17. The court was told when Waimoana was asked to leave the hospital he pointed at the victim and demanded he come outside. The victim went to security to contact police and two nurses removed members of the public from the waiting room for their safety. While police were present Waimoana screwed up his face and started growling at the victim.

Erana Elizabeth Nerehona, 25, was remanded on bail to February 22 for sentence for possessing an offensive weapon, namely a large boning knife, in circumstances which showed an intention to use it to commit an offence involving bodily injury and intentionally damaging a vehicle at Mataura on November 30.

Breach
Aidan Patrick O'Neill, 20, was sentenced to two weeks' community detention and $1226 reparation for breaching community detention on December 1.

Jarku Raymond Wallace, 23, was sentenced to 40 hours' community work for breaching release conditions on November 23.

Jamie Zion Stephen King, 25, was sentenced to 40 hours' community work for breaching community work on August 1 and 21 and November 8.

Kaleb Floyd Morton, 17, was sentenced to 40 hours' community work for breaching community work on December 4 and 12.

Dean John Sabiston, 20, was convicted and discharged for breaching community work on November 3.

Manuel Karetai Robertson was convicted and discharged for breaching community work on November 13.

Leevi John Tawhara, 19, was convicted and discharged for breaching community work on December 10.

Jade Robert Atfield, 21, of Bluff, was convicted and discharged for breaching release conditions on November 16.

Driving
Jessie James Mathews, 22, was fined $2000 for driving while forbidden on September 24 and 27, October 26 and November 17. He was remanded on bail to February 26 for sentence for breaching community work and post detention conditions.

Jethro Joseph John Stuart, 24, was sentenced to eight days' jail and disqualified from driving for six months for driving while suspended on November 21.

Riwi Taiki Karetai, 20, was sentenced to 50 hours' community work, fined $550 and disqualified for seven months for driving while disqualified, giving false details and possessing cannabis on December 13.

Roimata Joseph Haddon, 37, was sentenced to six months' jail and disqualified for 13 months for driving with a breath alcohol level of 785mcg on September 21. He was convicted and discharged for driving while forbidden.

Sam Citizen Smith, 20, was sentenced to 75 hours' community work and disqualified for six months for driving while disqualified on September 28.

Drink-driving
Annette Denise Lane, 60, gardener, was fined $1500 and disqualified for 11 months for driving with a breath alcohol level of 1175mcg on November 9.

Brent Raymond Kean, 47, 922mcg on November 30. Sentenced to 75 hours' community work and disqualified for one year and one day.

Dale Jason Shillito, 688mcg on November 25. Fined $650 and disqualified for six months.

Brandon Warren De Garnham-Riley, 18, 959mcg on December 6. Remanded on bail to February 20 for sentence.

Pikitavake Vakapoara, 20, 652mcg on August 23. Fined $650 and disqualified for six months.

Graham Andrew Lillie, 21, of Winton, 530mcg at Winton on December 15. Fined $550 and disqualified for six months.

Faafao Toomata, 62, was sentenced to four months' home detention and disqualified indefinitely for driving with a blood alcohol level of 167mg on August 15.

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