Griffith partied hard over the Easter holidays, but most celebrations were well within the bounds of the law according to Griffith Inspector Nick Seddon.
Out of the 2000 odd partygoers at Griffith Vintage Festival, only one had to be thrown out by police.
The man was told to leave the premises by security guards, but when he refused police were called in to provide backup.
The man was then slapped with a $550 for refusing to leave a licenced premises.
"Other than that incidence, patrons were quite well behaved," Inspector Seddon said.
"We want people to have a good time; that's what it's all about."
The following day a man broke into the new Rossies FoodWorks Driver and stole alcohol and cigarettes.
It happened at 4am on April 21, when the man cycled up to the shop wearing a white and grey hoodie and a black bag and smashed a window.
The alarm went off and police were called, but by the time officers arrived the burglar had already grabbed the goods and fled.
The following night on Easter Monday police caught a 22-year-old with a bag of what officers allege is crystal methamphetamine, or "ice".
The bag was discovered by police during a search on Banna Avenue at 11.15pm on Easter Monday.
In other news, somebody broke into a primary school and stole food from the canteen over the weekend.
In other news, a man found his car on Jubilee Oval after it was stolen from a house in Robertson Street.
Thieves had broken into the garage between 6pm on Saturday and 4am on Sunday and drove off with a 2008 white Holden Commodore.
The owner later found his car abandoned in Jubilee Oval, and police are asking anybody with any information about the theft to call Griffith Police Station on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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