Mount Isa crime wrap for the week

There were three break-and-enters in the last week.

At Hercules Road at 4am on December 2, offenders attempted to enter a house by jemmying a security screen door but fled when the dog barked.

Also on Hercules Rd: Between 4:30pm and 5pm on December 2, offenders attempted to gain entry to a unit by the rear door by using a broom stick, however the screen door was locked and offenders were unsuccessful.   

At Abel Smith Pde between 4:30pm and 5:10pm on December 2, offenders used a golf club to smash the rear glass door of a home.  They opened kitchen and living room cupboards and bedroom drawers.

A 29-year-old woman was arrested in a disturbance in Flynn St. At 1:10am on November 3, police issued a noise abatement direction for excessive noise and police returned to the address at around 2.55am the same day, in relation to a disturbance. The woman was charged with failing to comply with a noise abatement direction and obstruct police, and will appear in Mount Isa Magistrates Court on December 18.

Traffic crash: At about 2:34pm on December 3, police attended a two vehicle traffic crash at the intersection of Dempsey and Patricia Sts. 

A vehicle failed to give way at the intersection.

A 19-year-old female was transported by ambulance to hospital for treatment to injuries.