Wanted Jamestown Man Taken Into Custody On Warrants, Stolen Motorcycle

first_imgJAMESTOWN — A Jamestown man wanted on felony warrants was taken into custody by Jamestown Police on Monday morning.Police went to East First Street at 9:28 a.m., Monday, for a report of a found motorcycle with no license plate.Christopher E. Dellahoy, 33, was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and also for multiple felony warrants in Jamestown.Police said Dellahoy was hiding in the back seat of a parked vehicle at the scene. Investigation revealed Dellahoy was in possession of the just stolen motorcycle, police said. Dellahoy was remanded to the city lockup pending arraignment. The stolen motorcycle was returned to the owner. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

More land released at North Shore as new display village opens

first_imgNorth Shore are releasing more land ahead of the grand opening of their new display village. Stockland North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia at the new sign into the estate.STOCKLAND North Shore is releasing more home sites with demand expected to increase as the masterplanned community opens their new $8.5 million display village.Fourteen new home sites have been made available in Discovery Village with the new land release being named Columbus Release A.It’s located within walking distance of the new North Shore State School, new display village, cafe, kids play area and CrossFit precinct.It will be next to a planned shopping, dining and spots precinct dubbed The Junction.Stockland North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia said the location of the land so close to quality retail and community facilities would make the sites popular.“We are nearing 6000 residents at North Shore and the community now boast three schools, medical, health and shopping precincts, a plethora of playgrounds, walkways, parks and trails,” he said.“We know that families want to be close to the things that offer them a more convenient lifestyle and with all its infrastructure, North Shore truly is the ideal place to call home. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“Land releases like this that are so close to the new state school and to The Junction precinct are always highly sought after.”The new display village will officially open today with a neon light party. It will feature 16 new homes from 10 local builders and playground with a jumping pillow, along with a new soccer field, a purpose-built CrossFit facility and The Cafe by Luv Bite Creations.The display village aims to showcase building innovations, designs and practical housing choices available.The North Shore Neon Party will kick off at 5pm with illuminated street performers, glowing crafts and food trucks.Mr Astorquia said the light show display would be like nothing Townsville had seen.“I am very excited about this launch as it not only signals the opening of our new display village, but the event itself is really something different for Townsville,” he said. “The show will light up the entire display village and be choreographed to high-energy music while entertainers dressed with neon lights, acrobats and musicians roam through the houses and streets of the display village.”last_img read more