Woman, 18, charged over bike rider death

AN 18-year-old woman from Guildford West has been charged over the death of a motorcyclist who was allegedly knocked from his bike at Lidcombe last Saturday afternoon.

Police alleged a Toyota Prado clipped the back of a trail bike on Parramatta Road shortly before 3pm. Auburn Police, who were across the road on an unrelated matter, rendered first aid at the scene to the rider, before he was taken to Westmead Hospital where he died a short time later. He is believed to be aged in his 20s.
The woman is a P2 licence holder and was charged with negligent driving occasioning death

Teen stabbing arrest
A TEENAGE girl who was allegedly stabbed in the arm during a brawl at Merrylands Station last Tuesday afternoon, is recovering in hospital.
The 15-year-old was treated by paramedics at the scene before being taken to the hospital in a stable condition.
Three other teens, one girl aged 14 and two others aged 16, were arrested at the scene before being later released.
Another 16-year-old girl who was arrested at a home in Hoxton Park, was charged with wound person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and larceny.

Crash witness appeal
POLICE are calling for witnesses to come forward after a motorcycle hit into a power pole in Regents Park, leaving a 39-year-old man in hospital in a serious condition.
Emergency services were called to Amy Street at 4pm on Monday, April 26 and found the man suffering head injuries.
He was treated at the scene before being taken to Westmead Hospital where he remains in an induced coma.
As inquiries continue, police are seeking information from the public as they attempt to piece together exactly how the collision has occurred.
Anyone who may have witnessed the collision, or who may have dash-cam vision is asked to contact Auburn Police on 9646 8699, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

False car report blitz
A GUILDFORD man is one of two people to be charged after a crackdown on alleged fraudulently-issued vehicle inspection reports.
The investigation began after a Campbelltown-based car dealership allegedly offered a defective vehicle for sale to a person in Wagga Wagga. Major defects were allegedly found on nine vehicles, three sets of number plates were seized, and five unregistered vehicles were subjected to registration bans until the vehicles have been inspected in a compliant condition.
A 45-year-old man was issued a Future Court Attendance Notice for two counts of publish etc false misleading material to obtain advantage.
A second compliance operation was conducted at a business in Guildford the following day and police seized an allegedly re-birthed sedan from the premises and arrested a 44-year-old man.
He was charged with four counts of publish etc false misleading material to obtain advantage, three counts of knowingly produce false/misleading document: state law, and breach condition of examiners authority.
It’s alleged the man issued pink, blue and brown slips on numerous occasions without sighting the vehicle.