A LANDHOLDER from within the Jenolan State Forest was allegedly assaulted around 11.30pm on Wednesday, June 3 after he confronted a group of men in a utility set up for hunting.
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The number plates on the ute were allegedly covered with tape and when the landholder confronted the group, he was allegedly punched and kicked in the face, head and body by the men.
Paramedics and police attended and the man was treated for cuts to his face and head at the scene before being taken to Oberon Hospital, where he was kept overnight for treatment and observation.
Police have obtained information regarding the incident and the vehicle involved and investigations are continuing.
ABOUT 9am on Sunday, June 7, a passer-by saw a child wandering around on Tarana Crescent.
The child was alone and not wearing warm clothing despite the weather.
Police were notified and attended. Inquiries were made to try to locate the parents and eventually the little girl was able to show police where she lived.
The little girl was reunited with her father, who had been sleeping and was not aware she had left the house.
ABOUT 12.30am on Monday, June 8, a 21-year-old man was thrown from the side step of an unregistered vehicle being driven by a 14-year-old female in the Vulcan State Forest off Beemerang Road, Black Springs.
A group of young people had been driving in the car in the forest when the man decided he would stand on the outside of the car while it was moving.
He was thrown from the vehicle at an intersection in the forest and suffered serious head injuries and suspected internal injuries.
The man did not regain consciousness and emergency services attended, including NSW Ambulance, SES and police.
A Toll Ambulance rescue helicopter attended and the man was treated and stabilised before being flown to Liverpool Hospital, where his condition was reported as stable.
AN 18-year-old male P-plate driver was stopped by police on Shooters Hill Road at around 10.55pm on Saturday, June 6.
A breath test returned a positive result and the driver was arrested and taken to Oberon Police Station for a breath analysis.
As a result of the breath analysis, the young driver was issued with an infringement notice and his licence was suspended for three months.
ABOUT 10.45am on Monday, June 8, an 18-year-old man was injured at a local motocross park when he lost control of his motorcycle after riding over a jump.
The rider hit the ground heavily and suffered facial injuries and possible internal injuries.
Paramedics attended and treated the rider prior to the Toll Ambulance helicopter arriving.
Ambulance NSW paramedics staff and a local doctor stabilised the motorcycle rider before he was airlifted to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition.
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