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DAVID HURST KITCHENS
Showroom & Extensive Kitchen Display
3 Bernard Court, Gawler Belt Phone 8522 3115
• Domestic & Commercial Cabinetmakers
• Upgraded showroom
Office fOr rent
Attractive Front Sited Office and Reception Area.
$150 + GST per week including all utilities.
Located close to Gawler Railway Station
and the main street of Gawler.
This office would suit many professions.
• Discrete filing cabinet storage area
• Modern kitchen facilities
• Off-street parking
• Building signage also available.
Please ring 8522 2722 in the first instance
REPORTS & ARRESTS
breaks & thefts
ANGASTON – A wallet was sto-
len from an unlocked vehicle parked
on Gramp Avenue between October
26 and 27.
GAWLER – At a business on Ber-
nard Court, unknown persons cut
padlocks to storage units, but it is
unknown if anything was stolen.
GAWLER SOUTH – A selection
of furniture items were stolen from a
property on Fifth Street, with offend-
ers loading them onto a trailer on
GAWLER SOUTH – An unlocked
vehicle was parked in driveway of a
property on Twenty-first Street, when
the victim returned they found a GPS
was stolen on October 28.
GAWLER SOUTH – A vehicle
parked on Eighteenth Street was
entered and a backpack containing
keys, licence and other various cards
was stolen overnight between Octo-
ber 30 and 31.
GAWLER SOUTH – Two busi-
nesses on Adelaide Road were graf-
fitied between October 24 and 26.
Two males were reported for property
damage by Gawler police.
MALLALA – A vehicle was stolen
from the Virginia Hotel car park and
later found burnt out on Wasleys
Road on November 2.
TANUNDA – Graffiti was marked
on a hall at a premises on Mill Street
between October 30 and 31.
TANUNDA – A glass door was
damaged at a business on Murray
Street between November 1 and 2.
TWO WELLS – A club in Two
Wells had its hot water service stolen
from the rear wall between October
25 and 28.
VINE VALE – Two pumps were
stolen from a property on Light Pass
Road between October 11 and 31.
WILLIAMSTOWN – A John
Deere ride-on lawnmower was stolen
from a residence on Pappin Road be-
tween November 1 and 2.
A 40-year-old man of no fixed ad-
dress was arrested for two counts of
assault, two counts of making threats,
three counts of property damage,
breach of bail and unlawful posses-
sion by Gawler police on October 28.
A 20-year-old Elizabeth North man
was reported by Gawler police for un-
lawful possession on November 2.
A 22-year-old Evanston man was ar-
rested for going equipped, aggravated
robbery and aggravated assault by
Gawler police on November 2.
A 46-year-old Evanston woman was
arrested for going equipped by Gawler
police on November 2.
A male youth from Evanston Gar-
dens was reported for exceeding the
speed limit, having unassigned plates
and driving unregistered, uninsured
and unlicensed on November 3.
A male youth from Gawler East was
reported for assault by Gawler police on
A 28-year-old Gawler South man
was reported for breach of bail on No-
A 20-year-old Gawler West man and
a 30-year-old Gawler man were arrested
for unlawful possession on November
A 27-year-old Hewett man was ar-
rested for driving while disqualified
by Gawler police on October 30. His
vehicle was seized for 28 days.
A 26-year-old Kalbeeba man was re-
ported for property damage by Gawler
police on November 2.
A 57-year-old Kingsford man was
reported by Gawler police for drink-
driving with a reading of 0.110 on
November 2. A licence disqualifica-
tion was given.
A 36-year-old Nuriootpa man was ar-
rested at his home address for breaching
bail conditions and breaching an inter-
vention order on October 29. He was
arrested the following day again at his
home address for the same two offences,
after being bailed from the Elizabeth
A 30-year-old Roxby Downs man
was reported for driving while dis-
qualified by Barossa highway patrols
on October 28. The vehicle was im-
pounded for 28 days.
A 30-year-old Tanunda man was re-
ported for drink-driving, with a reading
of 0.152, in Tanunda on November 1.
As a result he was issued with an in-
stant loss of licence and had his vehicle
A 22-year-old Willaston man was
arrested for aggravated assault on No-
vember 1 by Gawler police.
A 35-year-old Willaston man was re-
ported for driving while disqualified by
Barossa highway patrols on October 18.
A 51-year-old Willaston woman was
reported for trafficking cannabis and
possessing proscribed equipment by
Barossa police on November 1.
POLICE are investigating a
break-in on an Evanston Gar-
dens home which is believed to
be linked to a spate of break-
and-enter crimes occurring in
the Gawler area.
A relative visiting the Gonis
Circuit home disturbed the in-
truder, who walked from the front
veranda onto the street and out
of sight at 1.20pm last Wednes-
The relative soon discovered the
home’s front door had been jem-
mied, several rooms inside had
been disturbed and a GoPro cam-
era was stolen.
The suspect is described as a
man of Caucasian appearance, fair
complexion, aged in his late 30s to
early 40s, 183cm tall, with a slim
build and scruffy appearance.
He was wearing an olive-green
long-sleeved top, light-blue jeans
and a wide-brimmed hat pulled
over his eyes.
He was carrying a tan or beige
A backpack, not belonging to
any of the occupants, was left be-
hind and has since been forensi-
cally tested for DNA, but no posi-
tive results were obtained.
A name was handwritten on the
backpack but police have had no
success in identifying or locating
any person by that name.
Police urge anyone with infor-
mation about the break-in, the
owner of the backpack or any in-
formation that may assist police
with the investigation to contact
Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000).
This burnt-out car was dumped on the Gawler-One Tree Hill
Road last week.
CAR thieves are continuing to set stolen vehicles alight
before making a getaway, in an effort to cover up
Remote locations are popular places to dump stolen vehi-
cles, with their isolation meaning there are few witnesses.
This four-wheel drive, pictured, was dumped and set ablaze
on the Gawler-One Tree Hill Road last week.
Another vehicle, stolen from the Virginia Hotel car park on
Sunday, was later found burnt out on Wasleys Road.
Burnt out cars
BRAZEN thieves have hit a
number of targets in the Gawler
South area in the past week, steal-
ing furniture from a home and
other valuable items from parked
A selection of furniture items were
stolen from a property on Fifth Street,
with offenders loading them onto a
trailer on November 2.
A GPS navigation system was sto-
len from an unlocked vehicle parked
in the driveway of a property on
Twenty-first Street on October 28,
while another vehicle parked on
Eighteenth Street had a backpack
containing keys, licence and other
various cards stolen overnight be-
tween October 30 and 31.
A Gawler police spokesperson re-
minded residents to keep their valu-
ables secure and hidden to avoid be-
coming another victim.
Gawler South hit by thefts
A MAN has been arrested after
patrols surrounded his vehicle at
traffic lights and safely ended a
police pursuit in the early hours
of Sunday morning.
The red Holden ute travelling at
high speed was spotted by a patrol on
the Northern Expressway, near An-
drews Farm, at about 12.10am.
The pursuit was immediately ter-
minated due to safety reasons, how-
ever the police helicopter was called
in to assist.
The chopper located the suspect
vehicle a short time later on Port
Wakefield Road and took control of
The air crew directed patrols on
the ground into position to surround
the ute while it was stationary at a
red light at the intersection of Elder
Smith Drive and Main North Road,
The manoeuvre safely brought the
pursuit to an end, with the driver
quickly arrested without incident.
The 32-year-old Munno Para West
man was charged with driving in a
dangerous manner and engaging in
His vehicle was impounded for 28
days and he was bailed to appear in
court on December 9.
High-speed chase arrest
POLICE are warning local residents to look out for a
current scam involving fake fine emails.
The warning follows several incidents interstate where peo-
ple have been sent scam emails requiring payment for expia-
tion notices for offences they did not commit.
SAPOL urges anyone who receives one of these emails not
to click on any links or pay any money.
Neither SAPOL or the Fines Recovery and Enforcement
Office issue fines or expiation notices by email and
people should treat any notification of this type as
While the scam emails and prompts may look gen-
uine, they are 100 per cent fake and people should
not pay these fraudulent fines.
Information can be found about the expiation no-
tice process (sapol.sa.gov.au) by following the service
and events link to expiations.
If an email is received, people can also phone the
ENB call centre directly (8463 4388) to ensure the
fine is genuine.
Anyone who feels they
have been a victim of this
scam and has paid mon-
ey should contact their
bank or financial institu-
tion in the first instance,
then report the incident
to SCAMwatch (1300
SAPOL also reminds
people to take care to
protect their identity on-
Fake fine scam
CALL US ON 8522 1233
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