Mazey Day was 'fairly trouble free' – inspector
DRINK-RELATED incidents kept police busy on Saturday night.
Extra police officers were brought in for Mazey Day with staff from St Ives, Camborne and the Bodmin-based Force Support Group all patrolling the streets.
Inspector Jean Phillips said police dealt with more incidents than they would on a usual Saturday night but numbers were similar to previous years.
"It was comparable to any other Mazey Day where we do have an increase in incidents," she said.
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"It was fairly trouble free but with these kind of events we get an increase in alcohol consumption so later in the evening of Mazey Day we had drink-related incidents."
Among them were an assault in Market Jew Street with a man taken to hospital suffering from leg injuries.
There was also a similar attack leaving a victim with leg injuries outside Sound nightclub.
There were two other assaults, one in Wharf Road and the other in Causewayhead, where a man was accused of hitting a woman.
In both incidents no further action was taken.
A woman was cautioned for being drunk and disorderly and a 24- year-old was also spoken to after being found with a small amount of cannabis resin.