On July 3 a burglary which was not reported until July 4 took place at a residence in King Street.
Access was gained to the home through a sliding glass door.
Two money boxes full of coins were reported missing.
On July 4 a 4WD vehicle towing a caravan overtook a slow moving truck about 10km north of Miling on the Great Northern Highway.
Unfortunately, during the overtaking attempt the 4WD towing the caravan developed speed wobble which caused the driver to lose control in loose gravel on the shoulder of the road which resulted in a rollover.
Volunteer FESA officers from Dalwallinu and Moora assisted police to clear the accident scene.
The 4WD driver received non-life threatening head injuries and was taken by ambulance to Moora Hospital.
His wife, a passenger in the vehicle, was not injured.
After treatment at Moora Hospital the man was taken to the Joondalup Health Campus for further observation.
During Sunday two males were stopped for driving vehicles in breach of their extraordinary licence conditions.
Surrender notices have been issued for both vehicles.
Offenders will appear in the Moora Magistrate’s Court in August.
As a result of an incident occurring on July 6 outside the Moora Hotel two females have been charged with disorderly behaviour.
Following the incident outside the hotel another incident occurred in Kintore Street involving the same two females and three males.
Subsequently the police, who had trailed the offenders to their destination, charged them with disorderly behaviour and fighting in the street.
Both incidents were as a result of the influence of alcohol.
Several call outs were attended by police throughout the rest of the night in the same area with the last call at 5am Saturday morning followed by subsequent call outs at 8.45am and 12pm Saturday.
Continual fighting and disturbances were reported at each call out.