Six tobacconists raided and synthetic marijuana seized in Strike Force Sodki

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  • Strike Force Sodki – Campbelltown LAC operation targeting the supply of synthetic cannabis
  • Over $1 Million dollars worth of the drug seized, and $60 000 cash believed to be the proceeds of crime (NSW Police)

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Man arrested after allegedly stabbing and running over two women in Carramar

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Crime scene established at a Carramar community centre Source: @gembath
  • A woman was stabbed in a Carramar community centre car park 8:30 am this morning
  • A second woman has come to her assistance only to be stabbed as well
  • Both women were then struck by a car driven by the man
  • The man has been arrested and assisting the police in regards to the incident (NSW Police)

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BREAKING: Man found dead in Wentworth Park

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  • The SMH has reported that a man in his 20-30’s has been found deceased in Wentworth Park around 1pm today
  • State Homicide Police have been notified and are treating his death as suspicious 

Updates throughout the afternoon…

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Rogerson/McNamara Trial: Barrister Charles Waterstreet investigated for contempt of court

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  • Barrister Charles Waterstreet may face contempt of court charges after he made social media posts that may prejudice the trial of his client Glen McNamara 
  • Today, Justice Geoffrey Bellew formally postponed the trial until early next year (SMH)

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Man allegedly steals car with baby inside, leaves baby on the side of the road

  •  Around 4:50pm yesterday (12/08) a man has allegedly stolen a car left unattended outside a Telopea child care centre with a 5 month baby inside
  • He was apprehended on Pennant Hill Drive in the stolen Toyota Camry but the child was no longer inside the car
  • The child was soon found in a gutter at Denim Place, Dundas by a local tradesman

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High school student indecently touched on South Line

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  •  A 17 year-old female has been indecently touched by a man whilst on a train to school both Monday and Tuesday this week
  • On both occasions, the man boarded a city-bound South Line train at Warwick Park after 5:50am and indecently touched her
  • Under cover police arrested the man on Wednesday when he attempted to assault her again

Read what the police said after the jump

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Notorious Sydney Cases: Sarah and John Makin, The Baby Farmers

Original newspaper article from the Rockhampon's The Capricornian. Saturday 19 November 1892. Source: trove.nla.gov.au
Original newspaper article from the Rockhampon’s The Capricornian. Saturday 19 November 1892. Source: trove.nla.gov.au

Sending their child to a baby farm was the only way some single mothers could cope with financial stress during the late 17th Century. Sarah and John Makin are two of the world’s most known baby farmers after 13 babies were found buried in their residences across inner city Sydney.

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