Home' The Bunyip : January 21st 2015 Contents Page 6 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, Wednesday, January 21, 2015
The Holden Commodore and the Mazda 6 collided at the Cowan Street and Murray Street intersection in
Gawler on Friday.
PHOTO: Carl Pfei er
Volunteer Corner proudly
THANK you to all the volunteers who assisted with the
recent Sampson Flat bushfire.
To say thanks, the Gawler Volunteer Resource Centre volunteers
will be giving out 'Thank You' posters to Murray Street traders
FREE Volunteer training:
* February 11 (9.30am to 12.30pm): Intro to managing
* February 17 (1pm to 4pm): Food safety.
The sessions take place at Gawler Sport and Community
Centre, book through Northern Volunteering (8250 1582).
Volunteer oppor tunities:
* Café food preparation
* Hospital ward volunteers
* Community bus driver.
Interested? For appointments with a Volunteer Referral Offices
call 8250 1582.
Gawler Volunteer Resource Centre proudly supported by
Town of Gawler on Northern Volunteering (8250 1582).
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REPORTS & ARRESTS
BREAKS & THEFTS
A 53-year-old Freeling woman was
reported by Gawler police for cultivat-
ing cannabis on January 15.
A 26-year-old Hamley Bridge man was
reported by Kapunda police on January 13
for aggravated assault and carrying an of-
fensive weapon following an incident on
January 6 at Kapunda.
A 45-year-old Windsor man was ar-
rested for aggravated assault by Gawler
police on January 14.
A 26-year-old Gawler East man was ar-
rested by Gawler police for two counts of
assault, theft and unlawful threats on Janu-
A female youth from Evanston Park
was arrested for theft by Gawler police
on January 16.
A 21-year-old Gawler man was reported
for aggravated assault on January 13 by
A 21-year-old Gawler South man
was reported by Gawler police for ag-
gravated assault on January 13.
A female youth from Park Holme was re-
ported for theft by Gawler police on Janu-
A male youth from Evanston Gar-
dens was reported for fighting in a
public place on January 17.
EVANSTON -- A shipping container
on Greenslade Boulevard was accessed be-
tween January 8 and 12 and a control box
and modem for an irrigation system with
a concrete cutter was stolen.
WARD BELT -- A business on Two
Wells Road had its rear doors smashed in
and a Coke machine stolen between Janu-
ary 11 and 12. Vehicles parked at the front
of the premises were also broken into, but
nothing was stolen.
GAWLER -- A Gawler hotel had the
doors of two rooms jemmied and two air-
conditioners stolen between January 10
EVANSTON -- Entry was gained to a
Longford Street house by a rear kitchen
window on January 15, and a tin of coins
was stolen. A motorcycle from a rear shed
was also stolen.
EVANSTON PARK -- Entry was gained
to a Darrell Street home by removing a fly
screen to the side window between Janu-
ary 14 and 16 and two drills and a tool
box containing tools were stolen.
EVANSTON SOUTH -- A house under
construction on Gately Circuit was en-
tered by an unlocked roller door between
December 24 and January 5 and window
coverings were stolen.
GAWLER -- Two males entered a bot-
tle shop in the Gawler area, one male dis-
tracted the employee while the other male
hid a bottle of alcohol in his clothing on
January 14. Gawler police are making fur-
GAWLER SOUTH -- A BMX bike was
stolen from the driveway of a First Street
home between January 13 and 14.
EVANSTON -- Unknown persons en-
tered a Railway Crescent backyard and
stole a silver bike on January 13.
EVANSTON -- At a shop on Main
North Road on January 16, a woman put
items down her clothes and left without
paying. After viewing the CCTV footage,
Gawler police arrested the woman and an-
other female was reported.
EVANSTON PARK -- Unknown per-
sons smashed two windows by throwing
rocks on Krieg Road between January 11
GAWLER -- A vehicle received a scratch
down the entire length to bare metal
whilst parked in a car park on Tod Street
on January 5.
FREELING -- Entry was gained to a
farm shed on Quarry Road via a side win-
dow on January 13 and 14. Numerous
tools were stolen.
TANUNDA -- A business premises on
Murray Street was entered by jemmying
the front door and money was stolen on
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Concrete blocks
in a garden bed were damaged by un-
known persons between January 5 and 9.
Damage was also caused to a building and
a padlock to a gate was cut and wood sto-
len from premises on Margaret Street.
NURIOOTPA -- A fire caused $200,000
damage to a house on Milway Avenue on
January 16. Investigations are ongoing as
to the cause.
GAWLER police have raided five lo-
cal homes and seized 29 cannabis
plants, 300 grams of dried cannabis
and a large quantity of hydroponic
The raids were part of Operation Yield,
which targets residential cannabis cultiva-
tion, and police seized cannabis and drug-
related equipment from three of the five
Homes in Gawler East, Evanston, Ward
Belt, Gawler South and Roseworthy were
searched as part of the operation.
The largest and most sophisticated hydro-
ponic set up was at Roseworthy, where 11
cannabis plants were found.
A 52-year-old Roseworthy woman was re-
ported for cultivating cannabis and posses-
sion of proscribed equipment.
A total of 11 plants were seized from a
Gawler East address and a further nine from
Gawler East. Four other men were reported
for drug-related offences.
Police encourage the public to con-
tact Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000)
with information relating to the sale,
manufacture, cultivation or distribution of
Police found a large selection of cannabis
plants at three of the ve homes they
TWO cars collided
at a busy Gawler in-
tersection on Friday,
delaying traffic for an
Commodore and Mazda
6 collided at the Cowan
Street/Murray Street in-
tersection at around mid-
day, with Gawler police
and Metropolitan Fire
Service crews attending
Both vehicles appeared
to be turning off Mur-
ray Street onto Cowan
Street at the time of the
Police report that no
injuries were sustained
in the accident.
A 26-YEAR-OLD man had his provisional
licence suspended for 12 months after he
allegedly drove into a parked car on Bright
The man recorded a breath-analysis reading of
0.266 when he was detected by police at 5.30pm
on Monday, January 5.
The man was reported for drink-driving, driv-
ing unregistered, driving uninsured and not com-
plying with an earlier court direction to only drive
a car fitted with an alcohol interlock system.
He will appear in court at a later date.
too lovely to litter
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