MOORA police were kept busy during last weekend with antisocial disturbances in the town.
Officers were called to a residence in Roberts Street Moora about 5am Sunday morning after it was reported a fight broke out between two individuals.
Sergeant Phil Cartledge said officers had the situation under control and move-on notices had been issued to people who had travelled from out of town.
Officers have also been called in to help monitor the situation from Wongan Hills and Dalwallinu.
By acting now, Sgt Cartledge wanted to have any issues resolved and diffuse any incidents that looked like occurring.
Dalwallinu police news with Sergeant Paul World
On July 20 as a result of enquiry about a stolen bankcard, a 23-year-old male from Dalwallinu was charged with stealing $800 from the card.
The man was tracked and arrested in Moora on July 21 and bailed to appear in the Northam Magistrates Court on August 13.
On July 26, as a result of a warrant, a Dalwallinu woman was charged with using cannabis, possession of cannabis and a smoking implement.
She will appear in the Dalwallinu Magistrates Court on September 6.
As a result of policing activities a 49-year-old South Hedland male was charged with possession of 43 grams of cannabis.
A 23-year-old Moora female was charged with possession of cannabis in Dalwallinu.
A 47-year-old Huntingdale male was charged with possession of a gram of cannabis in Dalwallinu.
A 20-year-old Thornlie male was charged with possession of unlicensed ammunition and for not being the holder of a firearm permit.
A 19-year-old Kalannie male was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in excess of 0.02 grams limit while a P-plate driver.