No one was injured in a crash at Clarence on Sunday, November 4.
The Toyota Corolla left the road and impacted an embankment on Chifley Road at Clarence before hitting a tree and rolling on its side. The driver, the only person in the car, was not injured.
Police are investigating an incident at the office of a community organisation on Mort Street on Saturday night, November 3.
The glass door of the office was smashed after an argument at 10.30pm. Police have spoken to a 21-year-old man in relation to the incident.
A NSW Fire and Rescue was called to a truck which had caught fire at a Padley Street address at about 2.30pm on Saturday, November 3.
It was reported to police the car had caught fire while the resident was carrying out repairs to the vehicle with a welder. No action was taken against the resident.
A horse died on Chifley Road near Petro Avenue, Clarence, after it was hit by a large truck on Saturday, November 3.
The collision occurred at about 3.50am and the horse died at the scene. The horse had come from a local address and the owner has been notified.
A 36-year-old provisional licence holder was charged with drink driving at Lithgow on Friday, November 2.
The man was pulled over on the Great Western Highway at 5.15pm and returned a positive breath test. He has been charged with driving with a special range PCA.