Bail was refused for a 58-year-old man charged with shooting a woman in Bryndwr last week, when he applied to be released from custody at the Christchurch District Court today.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a “forthright character” who didn’t show at up court for a sentencing where he would probably have been jailed for a bus stop bashing.
A 34-year-old man today faced two fresh charges after being arrested last month for an alleged shooting of a woman at Loburn.
A 30-year-old man admitted causing broken bones by punching his victim repeatedly while he lay on the ground at a bus stop on Pages Road, Christchurch.
A woman fled a Linwood Park after stabbing a man in the neck in an argument over tobacco, and told some people she met that she thought she had killed someone.
Name suppression has been granted to a father who admits hitting and shaking his infant son, causing a brain bleed.
Two men said to be associated with the Bandidos gang have been convicted of involvement in a violent incident in which two men were stabbed and a woman assaulted.
A woman has admitted stabbing a man in the neck with a broken glass bottle, causing four wounds that missed his jugular vein by 1mm.
The night before a planned wedding, the bride went hunting for the groom, armed with a knife and accompanied by Bandidos gang associates.
A 23-year-old has admitted the armed robbery of six hotels in Christchurch and South Canterbury, and shooting two women in a home invasion.