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DAVID HURST KITCHENS
Showroom & Extensive Kitchen Display
3 Bernard Court, Gawler Belt Phone 8522 3115
• Domestic & Commercial Cabinetmakers
• Upgraded showroom
TWO WELLS PRIME MEATS
Phone: 8520 2211 Old Port Wakefeld Road, Two Wells
FACTORY DIRECT MEAT
DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC
Also a large range of handmade small goods
GAWLER -- A generator, drills, grinder,
socket set and hand tools were taken
from a Moore Street shed, between
August 20 and September 2.
GAWLER -- A security camera was
stolen from a Murray Street business,
between August 26 and 27.
GAWLER -- Two windows were broken
at a Scheibener Terrace house, between
August 29 and 31.
DUBLIN -- Shearing equipment was
stolen from a Port Parham Road locked
shed, between August 30 and September
EVANSTON GARDENS -- A welder
and welding mask were stolen from a
locked shipping container on a Wood
Street building site, between August 28
EVANSTON GARDENS -- Tiles,
a laundry trough and a broom were
taken from a Wesley Road house under
construction, after a laundry door was
kicked in, between August 31 and
EVANSTON GARDENS -- A fob watch
was stolen from an Evanston Gardens
store on September 1.
GREENOCK -- Entry was gained to
a Moppa Springs Road shed, between
August 19 and 30.
KUDLA -- Air-conditioner inverters and
a hot-water service were stolen from a
storage warehouse, at a Main North Road
business, between August 29 and 31.
MARANANGA -- Graffiti was marked
on a Seppeltsfield Road sign, between
August 28 and September 2.
TANUNDA -- Pot plants and property
were upturned and damaged at a Murray
Street business, between August 29 and
TANUNDA -- Two plants were
damaged at a Murray Street residence,
between Saturday and Sunday.
Gomersal Road public parking area on
WILLASTON -- A cash tin was stolen
from a Theen Avenue business, between
Saturday and Monday, after a rock was
used to smash a glass front door.
WILLASTON -- A go-kart was stolen
from the rear yard of a Harkness Street
property, between August 7 and 30.
WILLASTON -- A man stole a pre-paid
phone from a Main North Road business
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Drinks were
stolen from the public swimming pool,
between August 28 and 30.
REPORTS & ARRESTS
BREAKS & THEFTS
• A Murray Bridge man was reported by
Mount Pleasant police on August 28 for
driving without due care, following
a collision at Williamstown earlier this
• A 32-year-old Gawler East man was arrested by
Nuriootpa police on September 1 for breaching
his bail conditions.
• A 29-year-old Sutherlands man was arrested by
Nuriootpa police on Thursday for refusing to
give his name and address and providing a
false name and address. He was arrested
again on Friday for breaching his bail
• A 38-year-old Freeling man was reported by
Nuriootpa police on Thursday for misusing
a motor vehicle, after he was allegedly seen
doing a sustained wheel spin. His vehicle was
impounded for 28 days.
• A 41-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported
by Nuriootpa police on Thursday for property
• A 27-year-old Willaston man was reported
by Gawler police on Friday for using a motor
vehicle without consent. The vehicle was
• A 34-year-old Evanston man was arrested by
Barossa police on Saturday for aggravated
• A 19-year-old Cockatoo Valley woman was
reported by Nuriootpa police on Sunday for
having an alleged blood-alcohol level of 0.111
per cent. Her licence was instantly suspended
for six months and her vehicle impounded for
• A 24-year-old Nuriootpa woman was arrested
by Nuriootpa police on Sunday for exceeding
the speed limit, driving dangerously to evade a
pursuit and driving unlicensed. Her vehicle was
Thieves hit building sites
Earlier last week, tiles and a laundry trough
were taken from a Wesley Road house, in
Evanston Gardens, which was at lock-up
The offender/s gained entry by kicking in a
Meanwhile, welding gear was taken from
a secured shipping container at another
Evanston Gardens building site, on Wood
Street, around the same time.
Police warn that construction projects
-- ranging from large-scale building sites
to smaller home renovation jobs -- can be
targets for would-be thieves keen to steal
building materials, electrical items and tools.
Some of the most common items stolen
include timber, copper piping, electrical
cable/wiring, windows and doors, bathroom
fittings, kitchen appliances and fittings, hot-
water systems, air-conditioning units and
SA Police Crime Prevention Section
recommends following a number of security
tips, to reduce the chances of becoming a
victim of theft.
They include locking doors and windows,
arranging for materials to be stored securely
and out of general view, marking building
materials, and having goods delivered and
installed on the same day.
Neighbours are encouraged to do their part
by reporting suspicious behaviour (131
444), such as people loitering or removing
materials from building sites, and vehicles
near building sites that have obscured or
Timely reporting can assist police in
locating offenders and can ensure property is
returned to its rightful owner.
Houses under construction can become a target for thieves.
LOCAL construction sites have been targeted by thieves this past week, with two Evanston Gardens sites broken into.
COUNTERFEIT money has again been
used in the Gawler area.
A woman used fake $50 notes to make purchases
at two separate businesses on Main North Road, in
Evanston, on Saturday.
In July, there were three separate incidents in
which fake banknotes were used to buy goods in
the local area.
They included a man using a fake $50 note to
purchase fuel in Willaston; a female trying
to pay for goods using counterfeit $100 and $50
banknotes at Big W, Gawler; as well as another
man using a fake $50 note to purchase cigarettes
from a Gawler South deli.
Police want businesses in the Gawler and
surrounding area to be aware of these incidents
and also encourage the public to look out for more
fake notes that may be out there.
Shop owners can refer to the Reserve Bank of
Australia web page to help identify fake notes
counterfeit-detection-guide/) and, if a fake note
is discovered, phone police (131 444)
AN appeal to the public to help
find a local woman has led to an
arrest for domestic violence.
On Friday, police received several calls
from the public concerned about the
welfare of a woman in a blue Hyundai.
Police subsequently called on the public
to keep an eye out, eventually finding
the vehicle, the woman and a man,
around 10am Saturday morning.
The woman had received minor
injuries, while the 33-year-old Evanston
man was arrested and charged with
Police warn they will not tolerate
domestic violence and will take every
action available to protect victims.
Domestic violence arrest
DETECTIVES from the Special Crimes
Investigation Branch arrested a
northern suburbs man on Monday night
for possession of child exploitation
The 69-year-old man was also charged with
possessing an unregistered firearm and possessing
a firearm without a licence.
The man was bailed to appear in the Adelaide
Magistrates Court on November 20.
Child exploitation charges
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