A cat ownership dispute led to two Timaru households being trespassed from each other's properties.
Police arrested a Timaru man, 27, after a fight on Stafford St yesterday.
Twizel youths who stole a car and and subsequently crashing it have been referred to Youth Aid.
A week-long police safety order was served on a Timaru man, 29, from a Church St address.
A Timaru woman, 34, received a police safety order after police were called to her address last night.
A vehicle parked on the Hilton Highway had the driver's side windows broken.
A Timaru man, 33, was charged with driving while suspended.
A Timaru man, 21, had his car impounded after a short pursuit in Seadown on Sunday.
Alcohol-related incidents filled the Timaru police notebook on Sunday.
A serious assault was reported on Wai-iti Rd at 6.40pm yesterday.
A sander and drop saw were stolen from a locked shed in Anchorage Place in Timaru.
A Timaru youth was arrested on driving offences that occurred between Christchurch and Timaru.
A Timaru man, 23, was arrested at 2pm yesterday for breaching bail by not living at his address.
A man received stitches - and was arrested - after he head-butted a Stafford St window.
A Fairlie man, 31, was arrested after police conducted a drug raid at 9.30am yesterday.
A woman, 37, and a man, 52, flatting together had a disagreement over money.
An unlicensed Timaru woman, 32, blew 1335mcg when she was breathtested at 12.20am on Kauri St.
Police intervened when a Timaru man started breaking bottles on Marston Rd at 3.50pm.
A Glenavy man, 23, faces charges after police arrested him for smashing down a door at 10pm.
Police issued three licence suspensions for excess demerit points.
A Kebab shop window on Stafford St was accidentally smashed.
A member of the public disturbed two males as they were allegedly breaking into cars on Selwyn St.
A Timaru man pulled up for not wearing a seatbelt was found to be driving while disqualified too.
A youth is alleged to have punched another person and taken $50 in a robbery at Ashbury Park on Monday.
Alcohol fuelled crime kept South Canterbury police busy in the region.
A Mt Maunganui man, 20, was spoken after he tipped alcohol over patrons in a Timaru bar.
A Temuka man, 20, was arrested after a domestic incident last night.
A South Canterbury woman, 24, has been charged over the alleged fraudulent sale of university textbooks.
Two 125cc motocross bikes were stolen from a cow shed on Tawai-Ikawai Rd near Waimate.
A fire crew attended a mattress blaze at Ashbury Park early this morning.
Three drunk teens were found on scaffolding on a building site early this morning.
A Christchurch man, 29, will appear in court following an incident on Stafford St yesterday.
Cows escaped from a paddock caused a crash near Albury when they ran in front of a vehicle.
A Pareora man, 45, was charged last night at 9pm after he is alleged to have assaulted a 17-year-old youth.
No-one was injured when a vehicle hit the back of another vehicle on the Orari-Rangitata Highway.
A builder's sign on Rhodes St was set alight causing part of the fence it was mounted on to also burn.
A 19-year-old woman was treated in hospital aftershe was allegedly punched twice in the face.
Breaking a window and resisting arrest led to a 30-year-old man being arrested at a friend's house yesterday.
A Timaru woman, 27, was processed for excess breath alcohol after she was stopped on Le Cren St and blew 647mcg.
Police warned a Timaru man after he reported his stuck car as stolen.
A Timaru woman, 30, found her night cut short when she was arrested at a Timaru bar on Tuesday night.
Two motorists had minor injuries when a woman drove her car into another vehicle on Evans St.
A Japanese tourist lost control of her rental vehicle and rolled it on the Tekapo-Twizel Rd.
Timaru man issued PSO after a domestic dispute in Alexander Square yesterday.
A Timaru man hit a parked car after he missed the turn-off and U-turned into a small truck and trailer.
A woman crashed her car in Geraldine, colliding with a road sign after her windscreen fogged up.
A speeding driver stopped on State Highway 8 was processed for EBA after she blew 758mcg.
Two people were taken to hospital for a checkup following a two-car-crash this morning.
Timaru police undertook a training exercise on Waimataitai Rd this afternoon.
A Timaru man, 18, was apprehended in the McDonalds car park on Evans St for driving while forbidden.