Reports and Arrests, Breaks and Thefts

REPORTS & ARRESTS

• An 18-year-old Gawler South man was arrested on December 18 for disorderly behaviour.

• A 27-year-old Gawler South woman was arrested on December 19, for an aggravated count of assault.

• A 30-year-old man, of no fixed address, was arrested on December 20, and charged with two counts of committing acts to cause harm and evading police.

• A 47-year-old mid-north man was arrested by Gawler police on December 21 and charged with driving while disqualified, driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle and unlawful possession.

• A 29-year-old Gawler East man was arrested on December 22 on a warrant. • A 62-year-old Craigmore man was reported by Gawler police on December 23, after he returned an alleged blood-alcohol reading of 0.155 per cent. The man’s licence was instantly disqualified, and his vehicle impounded, and he was summonsed to appear in court at a later date.

• A 38-year-old Davoren Park man was arrested by Gawler police on December 23, and charged with theft.

• A 48-year-old Hewett man was reported on December 28, for driving unlicensed and drink driving, after returning an alleged blood-alcohol reading of 0.146 per cent. His licence was further disqualified his vehicle was impounded.

• A 51-year-old Tanunda man was arrested on December 28, for aggravated assault and possession of ammunition.

• A 32-year-old Gawler South man was reported on December 28, for speeding, driving while  suspended and driving an unregistered vehicle.

• A 47-year-old Lewiston woman was reported on December 29, for driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle and driving with an unassigned/ modified number plate.

• A 33-year-old Willaston man was reported on December 29, for exceeding the speed limit, after his vehicle was detected travelling at 130kph in a 60km zone. His licence was instantly disqualified.

• A 37-year-old Hillier woman was arrested on December 29, by Gawler police, for breaching her court bail conditions.

• A 49-year-old Elizabeth East man was arrested by Gawler police, on Decmber 30, for four counts of theft and a warrant.

• A 34-year-old Burton woman was reported by Gawler police on December 30, for two counts of shop theft.

• A 32-year-old Gawler South man was reported on December 31, for drink-driving, after returning an alleged blood alcohol reading of 0.149 per cent. His licence was instantly disqualified, and his vehicle impounded.

• A 35-year-old Evanston woman was reported on January 1 for breaching her bail conditions.

• A 46-year-old Gawler East man was arrested on January 1 for failing to comply with a reasonable direction by police.

• A 45-year-old Willaston man was arrested on January 1, for breaching an intervention order and breaching his bail conditions.

• A 47-year-old Blakeview man was arrested by Gawler police on January 2, for being unlawfully on premises and going equipped at night.

• A 34-year-old Elizabeth North woman was arrested by Gawler police on January 2, for being unlawfully on premises, going equipped at night and carrying an offensive weapon.

• A 38-year-old Davoren Park man was arrested by Gawler police, on January 2, for being unlawfully on premises, carrying an offensive weapon and unlawful possession.

BREAKS & THEFTS

EVANSTON – A screwdriver set was stolen from a business premises, on December 19.

EVANSTON – A rock was thrown through a window of an Eastick Court residence, on December 24.

EVANSTON – Damage was caused to a gate, at a Barnet Road educational facility, on December 26.

EVANSTON GARDENS – An electronic tablet and jewellery were taken from an Evans Crescent residence, on December 27.

EVANSTON GARDENS – Tools were stolen from the rear of a utility, parked in Wells Place, between December 26 and 27.

EVANSTON GARDENS – A utility vehicle, parked on Orleana Boulevard, was damaged on December 31.

EVANSTON GARDENS – A vehicle parked at a railway station had the driver’s side window smashed, between December 22 and 23.

EVANSTON GARDENS – Graffiti was marked on a Davey Lane residence, on December 24.

EVANSTON GARDENS – A laptop computer was stolen from an unlocked vehicle, parked on Ferguson Terrace, on December 14.

EVANSTON PARK – A Christmas light display was damaged at a Main North Road residence, between December 28 and 29.

EVANSTON PARK – A string of  Christmas lights were pulled down and broken at a Main North Road, between December 16 and 17.

EVANSTON SOUTH – Car parts and  accessories were stolen from a Main North Road business, on December 25.

GAWLER – An electric drill and chainsaw was taken from a Heinrich Street shed, between December 29 and 30.

GAWLER – Damage was caused to a primary school’s electrical box, on December 18.

GAWLER – A tips jar was stolen from a Murray Street business, on December 30.

GAWLER – A vehicle had a window smashed, between December 31 and January 1.

GAWLER – Number plates were stolen from a Nissan Pulsar, parked on Finniss Street, between December 21 and 22.

GAWLER EAST – Numerous items, including laptops, a drone, motorbike accessories, jewellery and cash, was stolen from a Eucalypt Drive home, between December 31 and January 1.

GAWLER EAST – A window was damaged at an East Terrace house, between December 31 and January 1.

GAWLER EAST – Cash and credit cards were stolen from a Lyndoch Road business, on December 24.

GAWLER SOUTH – Tools were stolen from an unlocked truck, parked on Sixteenth Street, on December 29.

GAWLER SOUTH – A hot water system and copper piping was stolen from a Rice Ave residence, between December 1 and 18.

GAWLER SOUTH – Tools were stolen from a fixed tool box, on the rear of a utility, parked on First Street, between December 20 and 21.

GAWLER WEST – Four front windows to an Argent Lane residence, were smashed, on December 23.

HEWETT – Graffiti was marked on Kingfisher Drive premises, between December 15 and 18.

HEWETT – A water meter was damaged at a Main North Road residence, between December 18 and 25.

HEWETT – Two vehicles, parked on Kingfisher Drive, had tyres slashed, between 31 and January 1.

LYNDOCH – Entry was gained to a business shed, between December 15 and 17.

LYNDOCH – A generator was taken from a Barritt Road shed, between December 15 and 19.

MALLALA – A vehicle was damaged, between December 24 and 25.

TWO WELLS – Numerous items were stolen from a Gawler Road shed, between December 22 and 24.

WILLASTON – A barbecue, outdoor setting and fridge were stolen from a Paxton Street rear yard, between December 17 and 18.

WILLASTON – Jewellery and other items were stolen from a Redbanks Road residence, between December 14 and 21.

WILLASTON – A phone was stolen from a party, held on Main North Road, on December 23.

WILLASTON – A front door screen was damaged at a Harkness St residence, between December 17 and 18.

WILLASTON – A rock was thrown at a windscreen, of a vehicle travelling on Murray Road, causing damage, on December 21.

 

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