POLICE responded to an assault on Wharf Road, Narooma at 12.50am on Sunday finding a 27-year-old Canberra woman knocked unconscious on the roadway.
A patrol then located two women walking down the Princes Highway with steel fence posts also looking for the man responsible for the assault.
They allegedly abused police who ignored them and continued to look for the assailant.
Police then returned to Wharf Street where paramedics were treating the woman and the two other women were also present.
They allegedly became abusive and aggressive toward police and paramedics, ignored a move-on direction and one the women was wrestled to the ground and arrested for offensive behaviour.
When the other woman became aggressive police used capsicum spray on two separate occasions after the women allegedly attempted to escape.
They were decontaminated of the spray by paramedics in the cells at the Narooma police station and charged with resist arrest and assault police.
Police were unable to locate the original perpetrator of the assault.
POLICE saw a car driving erratically on the Narooma Flat at 1.10pm on Monday and stopped the 47-year-old driver.
He allegedly refused a breath test and attempted to drive away before an officer removed the keys.
He was placed under arrest but allegedly struggled with police and was taken to the ground and handcuffed.
At the station he submitted to a breath test, testing negative, but he was charged with resisting arrest and a charge of driving disqualified is pending.
A 72-year-old local man reversed his station wagon into a culvert on Lakeview Drive, Narooma at 2.15pm on Sunday.
Police smelled alcohol and he failed a breath test recording a mid-range reading of 0.115 and was charged with drink driving.
POLICE charged a local 17-year-old male with intimidation after they responded to a domestic dispute on the Princes Highway, Narooma at 11.50pm on Thursday.
A LOCAL male, 28, was charged with mid-range drink driving after he was stopped on Thompson Parade, Dalmeny at 9.40pm last Tuesday and recorded a reading of 0.098.
FOUR bottles of wine worth $65 were stolen from an annex at the Dalmeny campground overnight last Tuesday, while a clothes rack and Weber barbecue worth $345 was also stolen between August 11 and last Wednesday.
A THIEF sometime on the afternoon of Friday, September 13 stole the tip jar from a café on Wallaga Street, Bermagui containing around $90.
The jar was found the next day on Bunga Street near Young Street, Bermagui and is being forensically tested.
THE driver of a Corolla sedan was driving south on the Yowrie Road west of Cobargo at 7.30pm on Sunday, August 15 when they swerved to avoid a wombat and hit a tree. Neither the driver nor wombat was injured.
A 15-year-old local youth was allegedly detected stealing a packet of Smarties from the supermarket on the Narooma Flat at 5.45pm on Friday, September 13.
Because of his age and the fact it was his first offence, he was given a warning.
A $100 raincoat was reported stolen from the caravan park on the Narooma Flat overnight on Friday, September 13.
POLICE at 1pm on Friday, September 13 stopped a car on Tatiara Street, Dalmeny with a person known to have committed abalone offences on board. The car was searched but no abalone was located.
POLICE last Wednesday night stopped a 26-year-old local man driving on Goolara Avenue, Dalmeny who was found with 56 grams of cannabis and charged with possession of a prohibited drug.
POLICE last Wednesday located a 29-year-old man wanted for outstanding warrants from the Albury court on charges of stealing motor vehicle and resisting arrest at a residence on Hay Street, Bermagui.
He was taken to Batemans Bay court where bail was refused.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.