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TWO police officers received
minor injuries during an arrest at
a property on Robert Street,
Moonta, on Thursday, December
A 38-year-old man from
Moonta has been charged with
five counts of aggravated assault
and one count of carrying an
Police will allege the man, who
was carrying a knife, assaulted the
officers after they attempted to
arrest him due to reports of a dis-
Both officers were treated at
Wallaroo hospital for head and
facial injuries and later dis-
The man was refused bail and
appeared in Port Pirie
Magistrates Court the next day.
Fatal crash at Snowtown
A 48-year-old motorcyclist
from Snowtown died after a crash
near the town just before noon,
Tuesday, December 27.
Police and emergency services
were called to Barunga Gap Road,
between Whiting Road and south
of Julge Road. Major crash inves-
tigators also attended the scene.
A motorist transporting two
small children was detected drink
driving in Port Wakefield at
10.43am, Friday, December 30.
The Beulah Park man blew
He was reported for drink driv-
ing and immediately lost his
licence for 12 months. His vehicle
was impounded for 28 days and he
will appear in court at a later date.
Lack of truth
A 29-year-old Wallaroo man
was charged with driving unli-
censed and failing to truly answer
on Saturday, December 31.
The man entered a BP service
station before being questioned
by police in relation to his licence.
The man then provided a fake
identity to police.
His female passenger was also
charged with failing to truly
answer after she refused to reveal
The pair were issued fines and
the man arrested for driving unli-
A 26-year-old man was arrest-
ed for domestic violence in
Yorketown on Christmas night.
The man has been released on
bail and an intervention order
put in place; he will appear in
Maitland Magistrates Court at a
An Adelaide woman was
caught driving with a prescribed
drug in her oral fluid after a traf-
fic stop on St Vincent Highway
Edithburgh about noon, Friday,
The 41-year-old woman was
pulled over for exceeding the
speed limit before failing a test for
The test was sent away to be
examined in Adelaide and the
woman bailed to appear in court
at a later date.
Two people were arrested for
disorderly behaviour at the
Coboowie Caravan Park between
2.30am and 3am, Sunday,
A 16-year-old male and a 36-
year-old man were demonstrat-
ing loud, aggressive behaviour
toward police. They were arrested
and detained for the night.
Breach of bail
A 32-year-old man was arrest-
ed on two counts of breach of bail
in Port Victoria on Sunday.
The man had failed to stay at
the premises nominated on his
He was remanded in custody
to appear in court at a later date.
Wooden club found
A 22-year-old Adelaide man
was reported for carrying an
offensive weapon after police dis-
covered a large, 60cm long,
wooden club between the seats in
his car which was pulled over on
Jetty Road, Stansbury, on
The man will appear in court at
a later date.
Drug driving reports
Two men from Adelaide were
caught driving with cannabis in
their system after random police
checks yesterday (Tuesday,
A 29-year-old motorist was
pulled over in Edithburgh and
tested positive for cannabis. He
was reported for driving with a
prescribed drug in his system and
will appear in court after forensic
testing of his sampling.
Later, a 45-year-old man was
pulled over in Port Vincent for
erratic driving and subsequently
tested. In addition to being
reported for driving with a pre-
scribed drug in his system, he was
issued a fine for possession of
cannabis and a pipe.
More than 40 litres of fuel was
siphoned from a vehicle in Price
last Thursday, December 29.
Investigation is ongoing.
Police officers injured
during Moonta arrest
Lifesaver Baden presented award
z RECOGNITION... Kadina Metropolitan Fire Service firefighter Baden
Napier accepts an MFS Honourable Mention Award from chief officer
Greg Crossman at the Kadina station on Tuesday, December 13. Baden
was recognised for his outstanding moral courage when resuscitating
a baby which had stopped breathing in Maitland on June 21. MFS
deputy chief officer Michael Morgan, acting assistant chief officer Phil
Kilsby and Baden’s MFS colleagues attended the award presentation.
“We at Kadina MFS station are very proud of Baden and he has always
been a strong leader,” fellow firefighter Leighton Giles said.
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