On Monday, July 30, police issued move-on-get-out-of-town notices to groups of people who had amalgamated at a residence in Roberts Street.
This gathering was as a result of issues between feuding families.
Constant police surveillance and talking to the people involved led to further issues being diffused.
Also on Monday a woman and her son were assaulted by a man believed to be the woman’s ex-husband at Badgingarra.
The man from Gosnells was arrested and charged by Armadale detectives for two counts of aggravated common assault and released on bail conditions to appear in the Moora Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday August 8.
On July 31 there was damage reported to a vacant house in Long Street, Moora.
It is believed the damage was caused by juveniles.
On August 1 an 11-year-old boy threw a stone at a passing vehicle, breaking the front passenger window.
The boy has been spoken to by police and given a juvenile caution.
On August 2 a woman who was involved in a disorderly conduct matter earlier in the week was re-arrested on breach of her bail conditions.
She was escorted to the Perth Watch House and later taken to Bandyup Women’s Prison until she could arrange surety.
She has since been released.
On August 3 the Moora Primary School was broken into again.
The vandals kicked in the door of the year 6-7 room which is the same way they entered during the recent school holidays.
The incident was reported by a staff member but it has not been reported that anything was taken.
Three new male officers will soon join the Moora Station which will return the station to full staffing.
The officers are expected to commence duty in Moora in about a month’s time.