Weekly crime report: Incident at supermarket

Three females and one male were involved in a disturbance at Coles, in Johnston Street, last week.

At 9.30am on Wednesday, April 10, the man smashed a glass panel at the front of the store.

He will be required to attend court in May, while police will continue to investigate.

Two women - aged 22 and 31 - have been charged over an incident in Woolworths at 1.40pm on April 10.

The pair took several items before placing them into bags. They now face being banned from the store.

Police are investigating an altercation at a residence in Johnston Street, at 8.30am on Thursday, April 11.

The incident involved the occupant of the house and two women. One of the women was armed with a crowbar at the time.

Responding to a family violence incident, police found three large cannabis plants before charging a 35-year-old with cultivating cannabis.

A 45-year-old received drug and weapons charges following a traffic stop on Atkinson Street, just after midnight on Friday, April 12.

Officers seized cannabis and amphetamine during a vehicle stop in Park Street at 7.16pm on Saturday, April 13.

A 34-year-old woman will face court over two counts of drug possession. Police will continue their investigations.

Police have charged a 23-year-old male with reckless driving and failing to comply. The man was seen conducting a burnout near Prinsep St, at 11pm on April 13.

Following multiple noise complaints, officers attended an address and issued a noise abatement order.

After visiting the house for a third time, police seized the occupant's stereo. A 23-year-old will face court next month over Environmental Protection Act offences.

On April 14, a 21-year-old male was charged with numerous offences including stealing a motor vehicle, stealing, and no authority to drive.

The man had committed offences in Collie, Bunbury, Pickering Brook, and Northam before being apprehended.

An 18-year-old P-plater was caught driving over the legal blood alcohol limit, with four passengers in the vehicle. A blood-alcohol test gave a reading of .206.

A credit card and driver's licence were stolen from a victim at the Collie Ridge Motel over the weekend.

The card was used at several locations across Collie.

A 31-year-old was then charged with stealing and attempted fraud.

Collie Police attended 80 jobs, put 15 people through lock-up, and recorded six family violence incidents over the past seven days.

Collie Police senior sergeant Heath Soutar urged the community to remain vigilant and drive safely over the Easter/Anzac Day school holiday period.