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NZ Police: limp like Tasers after discharge

Posted by te2ataria on November 6, 2016

Sent by a reader in NZ’s “Tremor City”

“Have you seen our Taser, the yellow one!?”

Gisborne Police loses Taser

Gisborne Police have lost a Taser looking like the one pictured above. New Zealand police tasers transmit a 50,000 volt electric shock.

Eastern Police Bulletin: Sunday, 6 November 2016 – 1:19pm

Gisborne Police are asking the public  to locate a Police issued Taser that their star officer lost while on duty last night.

“It is believed the Taser and holster may have become dislodged from the officer’s belt clip [and the imbecile didn’t notice] when he attended a fireworks related incident on Waikanae beach near Peppers/Midway Surf Club at approximately 10pm.”

“This is an incident that we are taking seriously, and we acknowledge the potential risk that could be posed if the Taser ends up in the wrong hands,” says Tairawhiti Area Commander, Detective Inspector “Sam” Aberahama.

“We are satisfied that we have done everything we can to try and find the Taser, we believe it was lost sometime between 10pm and 12:30am.

“We would like to advise the public that the Taser is a restricted weapon and maintaining possession of it may constitute an offence. If you come across it please call 111 immediately so local Police can recover it safely.”

We are also seeking the public’s assistance in locating the Taser, if anyone has seen or knows where it may be they should call their local Police or report anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Meanwhile…

Shit hits the fan also in Southland…

‘Significant’ effluent spill from farm owned by Southland Fed Farmers boss

A major effluent spill into a tributary of the Winton Stream came from the dairy farm of Southland Federated Farmers president Allan Baird.

Environment Southland is investigating, having earlier said a “significant volume” of effluent went into the waterway on October 20.

Environment Southland did not name the farmer involved, but on Sunday Baird confirmed the spill occurred from his farm. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/86114383/significant-effluent-spill-from-farm-owned-by-southland-fed-farmers-boss

And…

[YET ANOTHER] Fatal crash occurs on Lindis Pass, South Island

A motorcyclist was killed in a fatal crash on the Lindis Pass this afternoon, police said.

The crash happened shortly after 4pm on the Lindis Pass Tarras Road. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-lindis-pass-south-island

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