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REPORTS & ARRESTS
brEakS & thEftS
DUBLIN – The front bedroom window
of a house on South Terrace was smashed
to gain entry on July 26. Nothing was sto-
GAWLER EAST – A TV and a gaming
console were stolen from a property on
Hemaford Grove on July 24.
GAWLER SOUTH – A vehicle was sto-
len from a driveway on Eighth Street by
the victim’s house-mate on July 24. The
offender was involved in an accident and
the vehicle is now written-off. Gawler po-
lice are making further enquiries with the
MALLALA – A vehicle parked in a hotel
car park on Adelaide Road was stolen be-
tween July 19 and 20. Police are conduct-
ing further enquiries.
NURIOOTPA – A letterbox was
pushed over and damaged at a residence
on Coulthard Street on July 24.
TANUNDA – A mobile phone was sto-
len from a handbag, during a party, at a
premises on Bethany Road between July
19 and 20.
TANUNDA – Graffiti tags were marked
on a number of premises on Murray Street
using black, yellow and white paint be-
tween July 26 and 27. Investigations are
continuing to identify the offenders, in-
cluding viewing CCTV in the area.
TWO WELLS – A baby lamb was sto-
len from a property on Hayman Road on
July 26. Two Wells police are making fur-
WILLIAMSTOWN – A number of
items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle
parked at a sporting venue on Springton
Road between July 19 and 20.
A 27-year-old Andrews Farm man was arrested
for disorderly behaviour on July 27.
A 52-year-old Blyth man was reported in Nuri-
ootpa for driving while disqualified on July 21. As a
result his vehicle was impounded.
An 18-year-old Davoren Park man was reported
by Gawler police for carrying an offensive weapon
on July 23.
A 45-year-old Direk woman was reported for
drink-driving with a reading of 0.127 after she pulled
over in Freeling on July 26. As a result she was issued
with an instant loss of license and had her vehicle
A 31-year-old Evanston man was arrested for
two counts of breach of bail on July 26.
A 34-year-old Evanston man was arrested by Gawl-
er police for assault on July 23.
A 46-year-old Evanston woman was reported for
driving unlicensed by Gawler police on July 22.
Her vehicle was impounded for 28 days.
A 57-year-old Evanston woman was reported for
drink-driving with a reading of 0.118 by Barossa
highway patrols on July 25. Her vehicle was im-
pounded and she received a license disqualification.
A 47-year-old Gawler East man was reported
for drink-driving with a reading of 0.179 after he
was pulled over while driving on Lyndoch Road,
Gawler East, on July 23. His vehicle was seized for
28 days and he received a license disqualification.
A 48-year-old Gawler South man was reported
for drink-driving, with a reading of 0.077, as well as
driving unregistered and illegal use on July 27.
A 56-year-old Gawler West man was arrested for
three counts of aggravated assault by the Gawler
police on July 26.
A 34-year-old Greenock man was arrested at his
home address for breaching an intervention order on
A 31-year-old Ingle Farm man was reported for
drink-driving with a reading of 0.066 after he was
pulled over on the Sturt Highway near Nuriootpa
on July 21.
A 41-year-old Kapunda man was reported for driv-
ing while disqualified, unregistered and uninsured in
Kapunda on July 23. As a result he had his vehicle
A 36-year-old Lewiston woman was reported by
Gawler police on three counts of attempting to
pass a valueless cheque and illegal use on July 26.
A 29-year-old Paralowie woman was reported for
driving unlicensed, unregistered and uninsured by
Barossa highway patrols on July 22. Her vehicle was
impounded for 28 days.
A 21-year-old Rowland Flat woman was report-
ed for drink-driving with a reading of 0.097 on
July 27. She was issued with an instant loss of li-
cense and had her vehicle impounded.
A 30-year-old Springton man was reported for
driving while disqualified, driving contrary to a de-
fect and driving without due care following a vehicle
collision in Angaston on July 26. The man was also
reported for driving while disqualified and contrary
to a defect following an incident in Angaston on July
A Tanunda man in his 30s was reported by Nu-
riootpa police for aggravated assault, breaching an
intervention order and property damage on July
A 66-year-old Two Wells man was reported for
possessing cannabis on July 23.
A 21-year-old Two Wells man was reported by
Barossa highway patrols for drink-driving, with a
reading of 0.101, as well as speeding and breach
of P conditions on July 25. His vehicle was im-
pounded for 28 days and he received a licence dis-
A 27-year-old Two Wells man was reported for
driving while disqualified, unregistered and unin-
sured by Gawler police on July 21. His vehicle was
impounded for 28 days.
A 22-year-old Two Wells man was arrested by
Two Wells patrols for driving at a dangerous speed
and hindering police on July 21.
A 28-year-old Wasleys woman was reported for
driving disqualified after she was seen driving on
Main North Road, Willaston, on July 22.
Recklessness on our roads
GAWLER and Barossa police have
been kept busy on the roads in the past
nine days, reporting 15 motorists for
various driving offences.
Seven motorists were reported for drink-
driving, while another seven were caught
driving while disqualified or unlicenced.
The 15th driver, a 22-year-old Two
Wells man, was arrested for driving at a
dangerous speed and hindering police on
Five of the seven drink-drivers were
caught last weekend, with a 57-year-old
Evanston woman and a 21-year-old Two
Wells man both reported by Barossa high-
way patrols on Friday night.
A 45-year-old Direk woman was caught
in Freeling on Saturday while two driv-
ers, a 48-year-old Gawler South man and
a 21-year-old Rowland Flat woman, were
charged on Sunday.
The other two drink-drivers were re-
ported last week, with a 47-year-old Gawl-
er East man reported on Lyndoch Road on
July 23 and a 31-year-old Ingle Farm man
reported near Nuriootpa on July 21.
All seven drivers received licence dis-
qualifications and had their vehicles im-
A 30-year-old Springton man was re-
ported for driving while disqualified and
driving contrary to a defect twice in the
space of four days in Angaston, on July 23
and again on July 26.
He was also reported for driving without
due care in the second incident, following
a vehicle collision.
Three motorists achieved the trifecta
of driving while disqualified, unregistered
and uninsured last week.
A 27-year-old Two Wells man was re-
ported by Gawler police on July 21, a 29-
year-old Paralowie woman was reported by
Barossa highway patrols on July 22 and a
41-year-old Kapunda man was reported in
Kapunda on July 23.
Gawler police reported two women in
separate incidents on July 22.
A 28-year-old Wasleys woman was re-
ported for driving disqualified after she was
seen driving on Main North Road, Willas-
ton, while a 46-year-old Evanston woman
was reported for driving unlicensed.
The day before, a 52-year-old Blyth
man was reported in Nuriootpa for driving
All seven disqualified or unlicenced driv-
ers had their vehicles impounded as a re-
sult of their behaviour.
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A FAMILY has told of their heartbreak
at their mother being beaten-up and
abused whilst working at a Gawler busi-
ness last week.
Police this morning charged a 39-year-old
Evanston man with assault after a 59-year-
old northern suburbs woman was allegedly
bashed in her Murray Street workplace last
Following the alleged assault, the woman
received medical treatment for injuries to
her face, shoulder and ribs.
A family member, who did not wish to
be named, said his family was devastated by
“It makes me sick to the stomach that
someone would hurt her like that,” the fam-
ily member said.
“If somebody’s going to beat up on a
woman, you never know what they are go-
ing to do.”
The woman was working alone in an em-
ployment office when the incident occurred
at around 12.20pm.
It is alleged the man stepped up to the
woman, who was seated at the time, and as-
saulted her after he had been asked to leave
so the shop could be shut for an hour.
The woman’s family member said the man
then twice shaped up to hit her before com-
mencing an assault, which occurred while
she was still seated.
“She’s got a nice big lump on her head
and bruising on her ribs,” he said.
“She’s, obviously, very shaken up and
when you talk to her she is still shaking.”
The woman screamed for help but only
received aid when she fled the business and
ran to a nearby shop.
The alleged offender then ran from the
scene along Murray Street.
Family members are disbelieving that
such an assault could take place, particularly
in a workplace, and are concerned for their
“How is she going to go back to work, or
trust people after that?” they said.
The alleged assailant will appear in court
at a later date.
by violent attack
A MAN dressed in a Driza-Bone
jacket robbed an Angle Vale
bottle shop with a knife last
At about 6.30pm, the man en-
tered the BWS on Heaslip Road
armed with a knife, threatening
staff before running off with an
amount of cash, alcohol and a wal-
No one was physically injured in
The suspect was described as
Caucasian, aged between 28 to 30
years, 183cm tall with a medium
He was wearing a black Driza-
Bone jacket with the hood over
his head, blue trousers and white
A photo of the suspect was cap-
tured by CCTV and released by
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should call Crime Stoppers (1800
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