A tourist crossed the centre line and hit another vehicle after he allegedly fell asleep at the wheel yesterday.
Police impounded an unoccupied car after burnouts were reported on four Timaru streets.
A Timaru man was given a pre-charge warning after fighting landed him in hospital.
A Kent St resident returned home to find three youths in his house on Thursday.
If you've lost a ring and have been at Lake Opuha recently, you might be in luck.
Police inquiries are continuing after they received a report of an assault on Sunday morning at a Stafford St bar.
Rubbish was dumped into a culvert on Opihi School Rd near Pleasant Point at 5pm on Thursday.
A Timaru youth, 17, was breaking his curfew when police discovered him walking along a street on Monday.
A Mariner outboard motor was stolen off a boat in Lindsay St some time between October 7 to 9.
A Timaru teen received a pre-charge warning for possession of cannabis and utensils.
A Timaru man, 20, has been charged after he was allegedly seen doing burnouts.
A 9-carat gold bracelet found at the Scenic Reserve was handed to police yesterday.
Police were called to a Brunswick St address after the residents could hear people on their porch.
A Timaru woman, 32, was arrested for burglary after allegedly stealing building tools.
A man avoided a crash by "driving to the conditions", Temuka police say.
A tyre was slashed on a vehicle parked in Mill Rd, Waimate.
A Timaru man, 35, was processed for an excess breath alcohol level of 558mcg on The Terrace at 3.20am on Friday.
A Timaru boy, 12, had cuts treated at Timaru Hospital after he was knocked off his scooter on North St.
A Timaru woman, 25, has been issued a pre-charge warning for assault.
A youth, 18, was caught driving on Elizabeth St after drinking alcohol yesterday.
An electric piano was reported stolen from a building behind St John's Anglican Church.
Trees and shrubs were damaged at Highfield Primary School during the weekend.
A cabbage tree on Harper St was set alight early this morning.
Timaru man arrested for breaching police safety order issued following domestic incident and charged with theft.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested twice in 24 hours, for breach of bail.
A 16-year-old was arrested over an assault on another youth at the weekend.
Reels used to hold up an electric fence have been stolen from Pleasant Point.
A Timaru man was arrested at the weekend for assault on police and resisting arrest.
Police seized firearms from a rural South Canterbury property after a PSO was served to a man, 40.
A Fairlie woman, 31, will appear in court in relation to drink driving and careless driving.
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.