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REPORTS & ARRESTS
BREAKS & THEFTS
ANGASTON -- A padlock on an outside fridge at
a business on Murray Street was damaged on May
19.EVANSTON -- A business on Barkla Street had
large sliding doors bent back to gain entry and a
fridge, camping gear, gas bottle and staple gun were
stolen between January and May.
EVANSTON -- Copper piping was stolen from a
hot water service of a property on Kerry Avenue be-
tween May 1 and 24.
EVANSTON -- Two front windows of a house on
Wilton Street were broken on May 20.
EVANSTON GARDENS -- A rear screen door
to a garage on Farrell Street was jemmied open and
a mountain bike and chainsaw were stolen on May
22.EVANSTON PARK -- A hot water service was sto-
len from the rear of a business on Greening Drive
between May 20 and 21.
FREELING -- An attempt was made to steal a
trailer and two jet skis from a property on McCallum
Road on May 22.
GAWLER -- A business on Nixon Terrace was bro-
ken into, between May 21 and 22, by jemmying a
rear wooden door. Copper piping from an air-condi-
tioner system was stolen, which caused the building
GAWLER -- A 7x5 trailer was stolen from a com-
pound on High Street between May 16 and 22. Fur-
ther enquiries are continuing.
GAWLER -- A customer hip-and-shouldered an
external glass door at a business on Adelaide Road
causing it to break on May 20. Further enquiries are
continuing by Gawler police.
GAWLER -- Eight signs, in the street and car park,
were knocked down on Nixon Terrace on May 24.
GAWLER -- Three males approached a victim on
Twelfth Street on May 22, asking for cigarettes and
the victim was punched to the cheek and pushed
against a brick wall.
GAWLER EAST -- A vehicle parked on Deuter
Street had its driver's window smashed and a tool box
with tools were stolen from the vehicle between May
20 and 21.
GAWLER SOUTH -- A road bike and opal ring
were stolen from a property on Fifteenth Street be-
tween May 21 and 23.
KAPUNDA -- A bobcat/excavator, SA registration
S14-SWX, and a white trailer, SA registration TAS-
349, were stolen from a paddock on Fords Road be-
tween May 18 and 19. A wacker-packer, shovels and
a generator were also stolen. On Tuesday, May 20,
these items were seen being towed by a dark-coloured
Mitsubishi Pajero in the Eudunda area, possibly
heading toward Morgan. Police are asking if anyone
has seen these items or vehicles to contact the Nuri-
ootpa police station on 8568 6620.
KAPUNDA -- A number plate, SA Registration
S758-AZD, was stolen from a vehicle parked in Ka-
punda between May 20 and 21.
KAPUNDA -- A bottle was thrown at a residence
on Tod Street causing damage to the front door be-
tween May 17 and 18.
KORUNYE -- A house on Vemer Road was entered
by a bedroom window and a jewellery box was stolen
on May 23.
MALLALA -- Fishing gear was stolen from an open
shed on Cameron Terrace between May 23 and 25.
MOCULTA -- Entry was gained to two buildings
at a recreation park between May 19 and 20.
NURIOOTPA -- A UHF radio was stolen from a
truck parked at a business on Craker Road between
May 19 and 20.
NURIOOTPA -- A number of windows were
smashed at a community hall on Park Avenue be-
tween May 10 and 17.
NURIOOTPA -- A letterbox was damaged at a res-
idence on Pinot Crescent between May 16 and 17.
SPRINGTON -- Petrol was siphoned from a ve-
hicle parked at a licensed premises between May 17
WILLASTON -- Keys were stolen from a kitchen
bench during a party at a property on Jane Street on
May 24 and a vehicle was stolen. Later that night, the
vehicle with keys was returned by unknown persons.
A 27-year-old man from the Adelaide
Remand Centre was reported for inse-
cure ammunition, two counts of having
an offensive weapon and breach of bail
on May 20. The male was also reported
for 10 counts of breaching his interven-
A 33-year-old Andrews Farm man was
reported for a sustained wheel-spin and fail-
ing to carry an L permit by Gawler police
on May 25. The motorbike was seized for
A 33-year-old male Evanston Gardens
man and a 52-year-old Gawler West man
were arrested for aggravated assault on
A 25-year-old Evanston Gardens man
was reported for not ever having a licence
and stating false details on May 22.
A 33-year-old Evanston Gardens man
was reported for drink-driving after re-
cording a reading of 0.098 on May 25.
The vehicle was seized and a licence dis-
qualification was given to the man.
A 33-year-old Evanston Park man was re-
ported for breach of bail on May 20.
A 41-year-old Greenock man was ar-
rested for assault and property damage
by Nuriootpa police in Greenock on May
21.A male youth from Hillbank was reported
by Gawler police for property damage on
A 19-year-old Kapunda man was ar-
rested at the Nuriootpa police station for
a warrant on May 21.
A 26-year-old Korunye man was reported
for driving unlicensed on May 22. The ve-
hicle was seized for 28 days and was also
A 40-year-old Parafield Gardens wom-
an was reported for driving disqualified
and drug-driving by Barossa highway pa-
trols on May 19. The vehicle was seized.
A 43-year-old Port Wakefield man was
reported for driving with a proscribed drug
while driving on Port Wakefield Road,
Dublin, on May 3. The vehicle was seized
for 28 days.
A 20-year-old Salisbury East man was
reported for drink-driving, after record-
ing a reading of 0.115, and breach of P
conditions, on May 24. The male received
a six-month licence disqualification and
the vehicle was seized for 28 days.
A 41-year-old Willaston man was report-
ed for drink-driving after recording a read-
ing of 0.106 on May 22. The male received
a six-month licence disqualification.
A 19-year-old Willaston woman was
reported for two counts of property dam-
age on May 23.
A 44-year-old Williamstown man was re-
ported at the Williamstown police station
for aggravated assault to cause harm after an
incident in Evanston on May 19.
Fires keep crews busy
FIRE crews were kept busy
attending three house fires
in the northern suburbs
on Sunday night, two of
which were suspicious.
Crews were called to a
house on Peel Street, Gawler
West, when the residents
arrived home at about
11.20pm to see smoke com-
ing from their residence.
It took about 15 minutes
for firefighters to extinguish
the blaze, which started in
the front bedroom of the
Some smoke and heat
damage affected the other
parts of the house, with
the total cost estimated at
The cause was traced to an
unattended electric heater
that came on when power
was reinstated to the prop-
erty after an outage, which
blanketed the region.
The MFS advised that
when a power outage has oc-
curred, all appliances should
be switched off until the
power is restored.
Later that night, firefight-
ers were called to a Chil-
mark Street, Elizabeth Vale,
property at about 3.30am by
Crews were able to con-
tain the fire in the front of
the vacant house, with early
investigations indicating the
fire may have been deliber-
About an hour later, emer-
gency crews were called to a
house at Broster Crescent,
One side of a vacant semi-
detached duplex home was
well alight and it took 28
firefighters to extinguish the
Damage to the property
was excessive and firefight-
ers also had to deal with the
presence of asbestos.
Fire cause investigators be-
lieve the blaze was also suspi-
No-one was injured in any
of the fires and police said
there was no indication they
Anyone with information
on the suspicious fires is
asked to call Crime Stoppers
(1800 333 000) or online at
RESIDENTS will have the chance
to discuss local crime issues at the
Elizabeth police and community
forum next Monday.
The forum gives local residents the
opportunity to hear how police are
managing crime and safety in their
area and about current policing is-
It also provides an opportunity for
residents to have their say and let po-
lice know what concerns them and
what is important.
Questions will be taken at the fo-
rum, but police encourage residents
to email their questions prior to the
evening, to help ensure they can be
addressed that night.
You can email your questions to
The forum will be held on Mon-
day, June 2, at the Playford Civic
Centre, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Elizabeth Pizza driver robbed
POLICE are investigating the aggravat-
ed robbery of a pizza delivery driver at
Elizabeth Park last Tuesday night.
Just before 10pm, the driver was attempt-
ing to deliver pizza to Salway Street when he
was attacked by six men.
The men assaulted the victim with sticks,
before running off with pizza and drinks.
The victim received cuts to his head, and
an injury to his hand requiring hospital
The six men were all described as being of
One man was about 170cm tall and was
wearing a white hoodie.
Another suspect was wearing a yellow T-
The other suspects were about 162cm
Police believe the people residing at the
address where the pizza was supposed to be
delivered were not involved in the robbery.
Anyone with information regarding
the robbery are asked to contact Crime
Stoppers (1800 333 000) or online
Did you see anything on
GAWLER police are seek-
ing witnesses to an inci-
dent on Lyndoch Road,
Gawler East, at about
3pm last Tuesday.
It was reported to officers
that a man, wearing a grey
and red jumper, was seen in
the area behaving in an in-
Police are following sev-
eral lines of enquiry and are
keen to receive more infor-
mation about the matter.
Anyone who noticed any-
thing in the area, or who may
have seen the man, is urged
to call Crime Stoppers (1800
333 000) or report online
The Gawler street where one of the res occurred. PHOTO: Mary Ackers
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