Crime

Police warn taro thieves

Monday December 12, 2016

POLICE ARE calling on Rarotongans to do the right thing and report suspicious behaviour around neighbour’s food crops in the lead up to Christmas.

A PEDESTRIAN was hit by an allegedly speeding driver outside the Super Brown store in Tupapa on Saturday.

Nine months prison for assault

Wednesday November 30, 2016

A MAN who has had his case drag on since last year was sentenced to nine months imprisonment in the Cook Islands High Court.

A TEENAGER who was arrested this year and charged with arson over a fire that occurred at Tereora College in 2013, has been sentenced with no conviction and fined a $300 reparation fee.

A charge of indecent assault resulted in eight month’s jail for a 53-year-old man who appeared before Judge Justice Christine Grice in the Cook Islands High Court on Thursday.

More assaults on females

Wednesday November 16, 2016

Domestic violence incidents topped the number of cases dealt by the police over the weekend.

COOK ISLANDS High Court is taking a hardline on offenders who continually breach probation and community services.

Conviction for assault on female

Friday October 28, 2016

A man charged with assaulting a female was convicted when he appeared in the Cook Islands High Court on October 27.

A man and a woman are believed dead after being shot in Vaimaanga Tuesday afternoon and a young child is believed to be with the alleged gunman.

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