Crime Watch





  • Valuables stolen from bike compartment
    Nashik: Valuables worth Rs 9, 000 were allegedly stolen from a bag stored in a two-wheeler compartment.  The victim Shivani Surendra Mahoria, 20, a resident of Pandit colony area in the city alleged that Yogesh Dattatray Jadhav, 18 and Abhishek Rajendra Patil, 18 allegedly stole valuables on June 4 from Pramod Mahajan Garden gate. Mahoria said the incident took place around 6.30 pm when she went to the garden for a leisure walk. The suspects allegedly broke the storage compartment of her moped and stole the purse containing cash worth Rs 6, 000 and silver ornaments worth Rs 3, 000.


  • Three booked for abetting suicide
    Nashik: The Upnagar police have registered a case of abetment of suicide against three persons.  The complainant Imtiaz Nurmohammed, 39, a resident of Nashik Road accused Shahnaz Firoz Pathan, Javed, Farid and another person for compelling his brother in law Firoz’s wife to end her life.  Imtiaz in his complaint stated that Firoz’s wife Shahnaz ended her life after the accused harassed her. Before committing suicide, Shahnaz recorded a video and held the accused responsible for her actions.


  • Govt bus driver booked for rash driving
    Nashik: A person has filed a case against a Maharashtra State Regional Corporation (MSRTC) for rash driving. The complainant Kishor Vijayvitthal Mathad, a resident of college road area in Nashik said his car met with an accident with the government bus on June 8, around 2.45 pm.


  • Three held for gambling
    Nashik: The Nashik police arrested three persons for allegedly gambling in Kamatwade area of the city. The cops said the accused Ankush Dattatray Varade, Arun Madhav Patil and Sanjeev Abhiman Sonawane were found to be gambling ‘Andar Bahar’ gamble in a residential place when the cops raided the property around 2 am on June 09. The cops in a press release stated to have acted on a tip-off after learning the suspects were into anti-social activities. The cops have also seized the vehicle and other items worth Rs 12.55 lakh along with imported cigarette cartons worth Rs 22, 000.