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REPORTS & ARRESTS
BREAKS & THEFTS
A 55-year-old Evanston Park man was
arrested for public intoxication by Gawler
police on February 3.
A 26-year-old Gawler South man was arrested
for aggravated serious criminal trespass, carrying
an offensive weapon and being unlawfully on a
premises on February 6.
A 21-year-old Lewiston man was arrested for
two counts of property damage on February
5.A 63-year-old Willaston man was reported for
drink-driving, after returning a reading of 0.112,
as well as driving while disqualified when he was
pulled over on Twentieth Street, Gawler South,
on February 3. His vehicle was impounded for
A 57-year-old Owen woman was reported
for drink-driving, after returning a reading of
0.091, after she was pulled over on Aerodrome
Road, Mallala, on February 5. The vehicle
was impounded for 28 days and a licence
disqualification was given to the woman.
A 36-year-old Elizabeth South man was re-
ported for driving while disqualified by Barossa
highway patrols who pulled him over on Para
Road, Evanston, on February 6. The vehicle was
impounded for 28 days.
A 26-year-old Kapunda woman was arrested
for breaching her bail conditions on February
5.A 29-year-old Kapunda man was arrested on
February 5 for aggravated assault.
A 30-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported
for driving in a dangerous manner, driving
with an expired licence and drink-driving,
with a reading of 0.082, following a vehicle
collision in Nuriootpa. He was issued with an
instant loss of licence for six months and due
to the irreparable damage to his vehicle, it was
EVANSTON -- A fridge, freezer and other
items were stolen from a property on Longford
Street on February 2.
GAWLER WEST -- A laptop and camera were
stolen from a Penrith Avenue home after entry
was gained through jemmying a sliding door on
EVANSTON -- A Holden Commodore was
stolen from the roadside after it was parked out-
side a Dawson Road house overnight between
February 4 and 5.
KAPUNDA -- Graffiti was marked on a fence
on Coghill Street on February 8.
TANUNDA -- A black Kim Kardashian purse
was stolen from a business premises on Murray
Street on February 5.
A SHED fire threatened to
spread to a house and neigh-
bouring properties in William-
stown before it was brought
under control by CFS crews yes-
The blaze broke out at around
3pm in a shed on a Whiteman Road
property, but was brought under
control in around 30 minutes.
A CFS firefighter at the scene
said the blaze had the "potential" to
spread to the house on the property
as well as neighbouring buildings.
The cause of the fire and the
damage it caused are still being in-
POLICE are on the hunt for two youths who
were seen starting a fire near a BMX track in
Willaston last week.
Witnesses saw the youths ignite the blaze on Main
North Road on February 2, which burnt around
100m2 of grass before it was contained.
With the hot weather forecast for this week, police
patrols, as a part of Operation Nomad, will target
bushfire-prone areas throughout the region.
Anyone who notices any suspicious activity in fire
danger areas, including persons or vehicles, should
contact the police assistance line (131 444).
A LOCAL man was arrested early this morning
after being spotted on a roof of a Gawler South
Police were called to Twentysecond Street just after
3am following sightings of the man on the roof.
When police arrived, he ran, jumped a rear fence
and allegedly gained entry into a house on Cherry
Street and barricaded himself in a bathroom.
A police dog assisted the patrol to locate and ap-
prehend the suspect, who was allegedly in possession
of a knife.
No-one was injured during the incident.
The 26-year-old Gawler South man was arrested
and charged with being unlawfully on premises, ag-
gravated serious criminal trespass and carrying an
He was bailed to appear in the Elizabeth
Magistrates Court at a later date.
BAROSSA police detectives have arrested
a 64-year-old Gawler West woman and
charged her with six counts of deception
after she allegedly falsified her qualifi-
cations to gain employment in various
nursing roles throughout the state.
Dating back to 2010, detectives allege the
woman falsified her qualifications to gain
employment as a registered nurse and direc-
tor of nursing, at several aged-care facilities
within the state.
There is no evidence to suggest that any
resident was harmed or ill-treated during
She has been bailed to appear in the
Elizabeth Magistrates Court on March 18.
Investigators continue to liaise with the
national accreditation body, the Australian
Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, and
further charges have not been ruled out.
'Fake' nurse charged
Shed re controlled
attend to the
Man on roof
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