POLICE ROUNDS | Thieves had machetes, high-range drink-driver in Liverpool court, woman with heroin and ice in Liverpool court

Generic image. Picture: NSW Police
Generic image. Picture: NSW Police

Police are investigating the armed robbery of a fast-food diner at Moorebank about 11.45pm on Tuesday last week. Two men armed with machetes entered the Newbridge Road store and approached the counter. They demanded money while threatening staff. Cash was handed over and the pair ran from the store. No customers were in the store at the time and no one was hurt. Liverpool police officers were called and an investigation begun. A crime scene was established. Liverpool detectives are investigating.

High-range drink-driver in crash

At 3pm last Wednesday, a Holden Commodore was travelling on Railway Parade at Fairfield. A VW Golf reversed from a driveway onto the road, hitting the Holden, causing the VW to spin and hit a parked car. The driver was treated in his car. The Holden driver recorded a positive breath test and subsequent breath analysis recorded 0.152. The FairfieldWest man, 37, was charged with high-range drink-driving . He's due in Liverpool court on December 4. The Fairfield man, 58, was fined for unsafe reversing.

Drugs found at Canley Heights

At 11.45am on Monday last week, police searched several people and a car on Gladstone Street at Canley Heights. Police found heroin and methylamphetamine, or ice. A St Helens Park woman, 47, was charged with having a prohibited drug (x 2). She's due in Liverpool court on December 2.

Crate filled with fireworks found

On Tuesday last week, police went to a home on Goodacre Avenue at FairfieldWest where a crate was found containing various types of fireworks. Police are working with Safe Work NSW to take action under the Explosives Act 2003.

Disqualified driver is charged

At 9pm on Monday last week, police saw a Honda turn left from Smart Street onto Spencer Street at Fairfield and stop in a no-stopping zone. Checks revealed the driver was disqualified to next month. At 10pm he returned and drove along the street, yelling. The CondellPark man, 40, was charged with disqualified driving (x 2) and disobeying a no-stopping sign. He's due in Fairfield court on November 26.