Police are also investigating the theft of a laptop computer from a car parked in the Trader Jacks parking area.
Two cases of domestic violence were reported over the weekend, and police say alcohol was a contributing factor in both cases.
A male was arrested for breaching his bail conditions and will appear before court on Thursday, September 10.
A spokesman for the Cook Islands Police Service says ongoing problems with drunk drivers and domestic violence in the community remain a concern.
“The police really appreciate those who do adhere to the warnings and hopefully others will do the same in future,” he said.
Anyone with information or questions regarding any of the above incidents or other crimes should call the Cook Islands Police Service on 999 (emergencies) or 22499.