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REPORTS & ARRESTS
BREAKS & THEFTS
A 22-year-old male, of no fixed ad-
dress, was arrested by Gawler police and
charged with resisting arrest and assault-
ing police on September 1.
A 37-year-old Edwardstown man was
arrested by Nuriootpa police after he was
found in the front yard of a property in
Tanunda on September 6. He was charged
with being unlawfully on the premises and
A 65-year-old Freeling man was
reported by the Barossa highway
patrol for driving with a blood-alcohol
reading of 0.098 on September 6. He
had his licence disqualified and his car
A 27-year-old Hewett man was reported
by the Barossa highway patrol for driving
without a licence on September 4. He re-
ceived a licence disqualification and had his
A 45-year-old Kapunda man was ar-
rested by Kapunda police for assault on
A 21-year-old MacDonald Park woman
was reported by Gawler police for driving
while suspended on September 3. Her vehi-
cle was impounded for 28 days.
A 30-year-old Mallala man was re-
ported by Mallala police for misuse of a
motor vehicle by doing burnouts on Sep-
A 23-year-old Murray Bridge man was
reported by the Barossa highway patrol for
driving without due care and in a dangerous
manner on September 1.
A 25-year-old Munno Para West female
was reported by Gawler police for driv-
ing an unregistered, uninsured car while
disqualified on September 4. Her licence
was further disqualified and her car im-
pounded for 28 days.
A 25-year-old Nuriootpa man was ar-
rested by Nuriootpa police for aggravated
assault on September 1.
A 69-year-old Nuriootpa man was re-
ported by Nuriootpa police for driving
with a blood-alcohol reading of 0.106.
He had his vehicle impounded and lost
his licence for six months.
A 42-year-old Paralowie man and a 42-
year-old Reid woman were arrested by
Gawler police for affray and disorderly be-
haviour on September 7.
A Port Wakefield man was reported by
Gawler police for driving with a blood-
alcohol reading of 0.100 and breaching
provisional conditions on September 3.
He had his licence disqualified.
A 23-year-old Port Wakefield man was
reported by Gawler police for driving while
disqualified on September 3.
An 18-year-old and a 19-year-old Salis-
bury man were reported by Barossa po-
lice on two counts of aggravated assault
causing harm on September 1.
A 25-year-old Sandy Creek man was re-
ported by Gawler police for driving whilst
disqualified on September 7. He had his ve-
hicle seized and licence disqualified.
A 43-year-old Two Wells man was re-
ported by Kapunda police for driving
an unregistered and uninsured vehicle,
driving while disqualified and driv-
ing contrary to a defect notice on
September 6. He had his vehicle im-
A 23-year-old Two Wells man was ar-
rested by Gawler police for re-entering a li-
censed premises when barred and disorderly
A 23-year-old Willaston man was re-
ported by Gawler police for driving unli-
censed on September 5.
COCKATOO VALLEY -- A house on William-
stown Road was broken into between August 31
and September 6 and a sack truck, wheelbarrow,
fuel can and electrical cable were stolen.
EVANSTON -- a 1.5 metre concrete statue was
stolen from the front yard of a house on Longford
Street on September 5.
EVANSTON -- A bottle of spirits was stolen
from a business on Tulloch Road on August 27.
EVANSTON -- Three metres of copper pipe
was stolen from a business on Barnet Road be-
tween August 29 and September 1.
EVANSTON PARK -- Both number-plates
were stolen from a vehicle parked in the driveway
of a Newkree Road property on September 2.
EVANSTON PARK -- A car parked on Newkree
Road had its passenger and rear windows smashed
between September 2 and 3.
GAWLER EAST -- A house on Calton Road
was broken into and alcohol, a water-ski and two
slides were stolen on September 1.
KAPUNDA -- An unknown object was used to
break a window at a house on Shannon Street be-
tween September 5 and 6.
LEWISTON -- Two ponies were stolen via the
rear gate of a property on Pederick Court on Sep-
LIGHT PASS -- A silver camper van, with S693-
TCE registration, was stolen from a house on Ka-
limna Road between August 30 and September 1.
LYNDOCH -- Hand-tools were stolen from an
unlocked work van parked in a driveway on Mar-
garet Street between August 30 and September 2.
NURIOOTPA -- A shed on Krieg Street was
broken into and an air compressor, nail gun and
sack truck were stolen between August 29 and
NURIOOTPA -- A shed on Sir Condor Laucke
Way was broken into between September 1 and 5
and an air compressor, two trailers with (registra-
tions TUJ-742 and TCB-642), and a tinny boat
(registration EF54S) were stolen.
NURIOOTPA -- An unregistered green trailer
was stolen from a house on Angaston Road be-
tween August 29 and 30.
NURIOOTPA -- A lawnmower was stolen from
the rear veranda of a Staehr Street house between
September 4 and 5.
ROSEWORTHY -- A guitar was stolen from
a Callahan Street property between September 3
SEPPELTSFIELD -- A business on Seppeltsfield
Road was broken into and four RXM engines were
stolen between September 1 and 2.
STOCKWELL -- A Bedford tipper truck, fully
laden with firewood, was stolen from a Research
Road house between August 29 and September 2.
TWO WELLS -- Cash and six kettles were sto-
len from a club on September 2.
WILLASTON -- A front glass door was smashed
to enter a Paxton Street business on September 7.
Nothing was stolen.
Child protection is
A SELECTION of banners and co-
lourful silhouettes of children have
been placed in several locations around
Gawler to draw attention to National
Child Protection Week.
The Barossa Domestic Violence Action
Group placed material across several loca-
tions, including Pioneer Park, to highlight
the theme of this week: "Protecting children
is everyone's business".
Barossa police local service area senior ser-
geant Martin Kennedy said the initiative's
aim was to stamp out the poor treatment of
children in the local community.
"Child abuse and neglect is one of Aus-
tralia's most significant social problems," he
"Last year over 35,000 children
were proven to have been abused or ne-
The National Association for the Preven-
tion of Child Abuse and Neglect has been
operating since 1987 to raise public aware-
ness of child abuse and neglect, through
developing and promoting effective preven-
tion strategies and programs.
As part of this role, the association co-
ordinates the annual National Child Protec-
If you want to report a case of child abuse,
call 131 478.
More information about The National
Association for the Prevention of Child
Abuse and Neglect is available at (napcan.
org.au), along with a number of resources
and brochures which are available to assist
National Child Protection Week runs
from September 7 to September 13.
AnglicareSA's Pam White (left), Barossa police family violence intervention o cer Nicolle
Dempster and AnglicareSA's Rosie Rowland sit amongst silhouettes of children placed in
Pioneer Park to draw attention to National Child Protection Week.
PHOTO: Carl Pfei er
TWO black Shetland
ponies were stolen
from a property at
Pederick Court, Lew-
iston, last Wednesday.
Gawler police believe
the robbery took place
sometime during the day.
The two ponies, wear-
ing blankets and rugs be-
cause of the cold weath-
er, were removed from a
paddock on the property
after the rear gate was
It is thought that
someone had tried to
steal the ponies before.
Two Wells police are
continuing to investigate
gets behind the
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SOUTH Australian police are targeting trucks
in Adelaide's north-west to ensure they are
roadworthy as part of a special operation.
Police from the Heavy Vehicle Enforcement Sec-
tion and inspectors from the Department of Plan-
ning, Transport and Infrastructure have been in-
specting and monitoring heavy vehicles as part of
The operation is aimed at ensuring trucks
are safe and comply with vehicle standards
which will make roads safer across the
Traffic Support Branch Superintendent Bob
Fauser said police and other responsible agencies
were united in their resolve to improve safety in the
heavy vehicle industry.
"We know that most drivers and businesses take
safety very seriously, however a few don't," he said.
"It is those drivers and operators police are target-
Transport department compliance and investiga-
tions manager Stephen Smith said three vehicle in-
spectors will be on location to support the SAPOL
"This operation will identify heavy vehicles with
roadworthiness faults that, if left unmonitored,
could have led to or increase the consequences of a
serious collision," he said.
"Operations such as Wayward form part of nor-
mal compliance operations undertaken throughout
the year, including recent DPTI operations at Port
Wakefield and Monteith, to help improve safety on
South Australian roads and enforce compliance by
all those in the heavy vehicle chain of responsibil-
Police target unsafe truckies
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