The arrests followed an altercation between the couple and a taxi driver when the pair were dropped at their accommodation, shortly after midnight, a Cook Islands Police Service spokesman said. The female visitor is said to have been the complainant.
A juvenile repeat offender wanted by police for breach of bail conditions and in connection with other activity was apprehended yesterday and placed in the police lock-up.
Two motor vehicle crashes were reported in the early hours of Sunday morning. One occurred at Betela, where a pick-up carrying two people overturned. The driver was taken to hospital and a blood specimen sought for analysis.
In the second incident, the driver of a motorcycle collided with another vehicle in Avarua. The driver was admitted to hospital and a blood specimen requested.
Late on Saturday night, police received a complaint about children loitering around at the vaka shed and annoying patrons leaving Trader Jacks. The youngsters were removed by police.
A female was apprehended by police yesterday in connection with an allegation of forgery. She was charged and put in a police cell.
On Saturday, following a report of an incident involving reckless driving in Tupapa, a young male motorcycle rider was identified to police and forbidden from driving. His motorcycle was found to be lacking a muffler.
A domestic dispute involving a couple at Rarotonga Hospital was reported to police early on Saturday evening. Police said alcohol was a factor in the incident.
The car which they had been driving was confiscated and locked up until yesterday and the couple taken home.