Last Thursday police were patrolling Alkira Avenue, Cessnock when they have observed a motorcycle on the roadway.
Checks conducted on the motorcycle revealed that it was not registered.
Police pulled the bike over and spoke to the rider and it was discovered that the rider did not hold a current motorcycle license.
The rider was then issued with a court attendance notice.
In the later hours of Saturday night police were patrolling bushland around Kitchener.
Police located three vehicles parked in a secluded area with three males seated in one of those vehicles.
Police detected what smelt like cannabis perfuming from this vehicle.
A search located a small resealable bag of green vegetable matter.
After questioning of the occupants a cannabis cautioning notice was issued and the vegetable matter was seized by police.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, Cessnock Police had cause to attend a house in Alexandra Street, Kurri Kurri regarding loud music playing from the location.
Upon attendance police could hear the noise sounding at levels of an unreasonable nature.
As a result the resident was spoken to and issued with a 28-day noise abatement direction by police.
Sometime in the early hours of Monday morning the Goldfish cocktail bar on Broke Road, Pokolbin was broken into.
It is unsure at the time of the police report if anything was stolen.
Police are viewing CCTV for further information regarding the incident.
Several reports of criminal activity in the Pokolbin area have been reported to police in the past few weeks and we are requesting public assistance regarding any information about criminal activity in this area.
Please call Cessnock Police on (02) 49910199 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
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