Antisocial behaviour, violence, theft and motor crime committed in Forres over August according to Moray West Community Council Report by Police Scotland
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ALLEGED crimes of assault, robbery and racially aggravated behaviour were reported by the Police locally in August.
The Moray West Community Council Report lists just 11 crimes committed over the month, involving antisocial behaviour, violence and theft as well as motor crime.
A man under the influence of alcohol in Forres was seen causing alarm to members of the public. He was traced in his home address and charged with two offences. A report was submitted, and the man was kept for court on the following day.
One person was charged with assault and robbery in Forres.
Another was arrested and charged following a report of racially aggravated behaviour.
There were two reports of theft by shoplifting from local businesses. Positive lines of enquiry are being followed.
There were three reports of online fraud. The victims paid for items but did not receive them.
Police are also dealing with an attempted housebreaking, where damage was caused in an apparent attempt to gain access.
Within Forres, two people were charged and reported for driving without insurance.
A person was found drink driving, another with no valid MOT and another driving in a careless manner.
Someone was stopped doing 92mph in a 60mph area.
All of those committing motor offences have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.