Detectives have charged a woman over the alleged sexual touching of a man at a facility in Campbelltown.
Last week a 55-year-old man attended a police station and reported several incidents of alleged sexual touching by a woman known to him.
The matter was referred to officers attached to the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad’s Extended Supervision Order Investigation Team (ESOIT), who commenced an investigation.
Following inquiries, police arrested a 75-year-old woman at the facility in Campbelltown yesterday.
The woman was taken to Campbelltown Police Station and charged with four counts of sexually touching another person without consent.
She was refused bail and was due to appear at Campbelltown Local Court yesterday.
A second man has been charged after an alleged act of animal cruelty committed on a duck in the Southern Highlands on the weekend.
The 27-year-old man was arrested at Southern Highlands Police Station yesterday and charged with committing an act of cruelty on an animal.
The Hill Top man was granted conditional bail to appear in Moss Vale Local Court on February 8.
A 24-year-old man who has also been charged over the incident remains before the courts.
Police are continuing to search for a man missing from the Minto area.
Sathyendra Subbanna, aged 62, was reported missing January 13 after he failed to return to work after time off.
Initial inquiries revealed he was last seen leaving a home on Cochrane Street, Minto, on December 15.
He has since been seen on CCTV footage leaving a hotel on Bong Bong Street, Kiama, about 9am on Tuesday December 18.
Police hold serious concerns for Sathyendra’s welfare.
He is described as being of Indian appearance, about 165cm tall, of medium build, with short grey hair and grey/white moustache.
He was last seen wearing black button up shirt, black jacket, black long pants, black and white shoes, black hat and carrying a white/grey backpack with a large yellow smiley face.
He is known to frequent the Campbelltown area and areas of the South Coast including Kiama and Jervis Bay.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.