Man charged after hospital windows smashed

A MAN is set to appear in Coffs Harbour Local Court after allegedly smashing windows at Coffs Harbour Hospital.

Just before 1.30pm on Wednesday, a 34-year-old man attended the Coffs Harbour Health Campus allegedly armed with a machete.

It's alleged he smashed nine windows near the entrance of the hospital, then left in his car.

Following an investigation, police attended a house in Beryl St about 8.30am this morning to speak to the man.

Police also allege the man became aggressive towards police and was arrested.

He was taken to Coffs Harbour Police Station and charged with malicious damage and resist arrest. He was refused bail ahead of his court appearance this afternoon.



Councillors labelled 'mean and miserable'

Councillors labelled 'mean and miserable'

Clarence Valley councillors are in trouble again

Businesses can boom, says expert, but how?

premium_icon Businesses can boom, says expert, but how?

Clarence Valley faces major challenge to be ready for the bypass

New life for industrial complex after damaging storm

premium_icon New life for industrial complex after damaging storm

A repair job so big it 'stands out from space'

Local Partners