21 fraud charges
A 35-year-old woman will appear in court on September 19 after being charged with 21 counts of obtaining financial advantage by using false documents.
Police believe the frauds totalled to more than $1.7 million and were committed between mid 2011 until July this year.
The woman was arrested at Sydney International Airport on Friday.
She was granted conditional bail.
Water system thefts
Liverpool police are calling for witnesses to come forward after the theft of a number of hot water systems, in Voyager Point.
Police said that offenders removed the systems between August 15 and 18, from 16 homes under construction on Coach Drive, Moss Street and Bullrush Crescent.
Police believe the offenders used a small truck to transport the systems.
Police allegedly found drugs and the proceeds of crime in a Hinchinbrook house last Friday.
Liverpool police searched the house on Nicol Place and found about 40 grams of cocaine, 300 grams of cannabis and a significant amount of cash.
The man, 42, and woman, 26, will appear at Liverpool Local Court on September 10.
Fall from balcony
A 30-year-old Warwick Farm woman has fractured her skull after she attempted to climb onto a second-storey balcony at a unit block, on Rememberance Drive.
Police believe she lost balance and fell to the ground.
Investigations are continuing.