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A 20-year-old Parafield Gardens man was re-
ported for theft of fuel on November 8.
A 27-year-old Albert Park woman was reported
for drink-driving, with a reading of 0.163, on No-
vember 9. The woman received a 12-month loss
of licence and had her vehicle impounded.
A 19-year-old Evanston man was arrested for
resisting arrest by Gawler police on November
5.A 67-year-old man from Kapunda was reported
by Kapunda police for drink-driving, with a read-
ing of 0.205, on November 7. The car was im-
pounded and the man received an instant licence
A 28-year-old Gawler East man was arrested
for disorderly behaviour by Gawler police on
A 30-year-old Hillier man was reported for
leaving without paying for fuel.
A 19-year-old woman from Elizabeth North
was arrested for theft by Gawler police on No-
A 22-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported for
driving unlicensed, having never held a licence
and drink-driving, with a reading of 0.719, on
November 3. The man's motorcycle was seized
and he was issued with an instant loss of licence.
A 26-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported
for aggravated assault and property damage on
A 24-year-old man from Tanunda was reported
for misuse of a motor vehicle on November 8. The
man was issued with an instant six-month loss of
licence and had his vehicle impounded.
A youth was reported for illegal use of a mo-
tor vehicle and driving unlicenced on Novem-
A 31-year-old man from Albert Park was re-
ported for drink-driving, after recording a reading
of 0.186, on November 9. The man was issued
with a 12-month loss of licence and had his ve-
A 22-year-old Gawler woman was arrested
for dishonesty in dealing with documents,
theft and aggravated serious criminal trespass
by Barossa police.
A 26-year-old man from Victor Harbor was ar-
rested on two counts of aggravated assault, serious
criminal trespass, theft, property damage and il-
legal interference by Gawler police on November
5. A 20-year-old Parafield Gardens man was re-
ported for conducting a sustained wheel spin.
The vehicle was impounded and a licence dis-
qualification was given to the man.
EVANSTON PARK -- A house on Krieg
Road sustained jemmy damage to sev-
eral windows and a screen door. Entry was
gained through the rear sliding door and a
stereo system was stolen between November
EVANSTON GARDENS -- Roof tiles
were damaged on McDonnell Terrace after
a number of rocks were thrown onto the
roof on November 9.
GAWLER SOUTH -- A front door was
smashed on Richards Avenue on November
3 but nothing was stolen.
GAWLER SOUTH -- A business on
Fourth Street has its front window smashed,
the screen removed and three donation tins
stolen between November 3 and 4.
GAWLER -- A house on Adelaide Road
was entered through a window and an air-
conditioner, tap fittings and copper piping
were stolen between October 9 and Novem-
GAWLER -- Clothing, gaming accesso-
ries and a DVD were stolen from a store on
Calton Road between October 30 and 31.
GAWLER -- CCTV cameras were stolen
from outside an office premises on Twelfth
Street between November 1 and 5.
GAWLER -- A fragrance gift pack was
stolen from a Cowan Street business on No-
GAWLER -- A racing bicycle worth about
$8000 was stolen from a vehicle on Taylor
Street on November 8.
GAWLER EAST -- Fuel was siphoned
from two vehicles on McGahan Crescent
between November 3 and 4.
GAWLER EAST -- A vehicle parked on
Cheek Avenue was 'keyed', damaging the
bonnet and side panels on November 9.
KAPUNDA -- A door was damaged in an
attempted break-in to a business on Main
Street between November 2 and 3.
KAPUNDA -- Windows were smashed at
a business on Main Street between Novem-
MOUNT CRAWFORD -- About 350
metres of electric fencing wire was stolen
from a Cowell Road property between No-
vember 1 and 8.
NURIOOTPA -- A number of items
were stolen, including an iPod, watch and
assorted jewellery, from a residence on Baird
Street on November 3.
NURIOOTPA -- A Second Street busi-
ness had a graffiti tag marked on a gate be-
tween November 5 and 6.
ROWLAND FLAT -- A number of items
were stolen, including CDs, DVDs and
wine, from a property on Barossa Valley
Way between November 1 and 2.
TANUNDA -- An attempt was made to
gain entry to a Murray Street business be-
tween November 8 and 9.
TANUNDA -- A number of items, in-
cluding a stereo and assorted bottles of
alcohol, were stolen from a residence on
John Street between October 25 and No-
REPORTS & ARRESTS
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Rider crashes on hills road
A MOTORCYCLE rider has
suffered serious injuries, fol-
lowing a crash on the noto-
rious Gawler-One Tree Hill
Road this morning.
The rider was attempting
to negotiate a sweeping right-
hand bend near Riggs Road at
Bibaringa at around 8am when he
He was heading from Gawler
towards One Tree Hill and no
other vehicles were involved in
The man was conscious and
communicating with paramed-
ics, following the crash, however
he was complaining about chest
pains as a result of the accident.
Metropolitan Fire Service and
Country Fire Service crews at-
tended the scene, as well as police
and ambulance crews.
A BOOZED-UP couple has been
caught drink-driving in the same
car at Gawler East in the early
hours of Sunday morning.
At 1am, police stopped a woman
driving on Lyndoch Road for a ran-
dom breath test, where she returned a
positive result and produced a blood-
alcohol reading of 0.163.
The woman's partner was found
walking along the road a short dis-
tance away and admitted that he had
also been driving the car just prior to
the woman being stopped.
The man was breath tested and he
produced a blood-alcohol reading of
The 27-year-old woman and 30-
year-old man, both from Albert Park,
were reported for drink-driving and
both were issued with a 12-month in-
stant loss of licence.
The couple's car was impounded
for 28 days.
A couple of drunks
POLICE are reminding
Gawler residents and busi-
nesses that an unlocked
door or window is an open
invitation to a thief.
The reminder comes in the
wake of another spate of thefts
in the Gawler area in the past
"It only takes moments for an
opportunistic thief to slip in to
grab small, valuable electronic
devices, car keys, jewellery and
cash," a police spokesperson
"Make sure doors and win-
dows are securely locked and
valuables are put away out of
Local businesses have become
a favourite of thieves, with sev-
eral targeted around the area.
Clothing, gaming accessories
and a DVD were stolen from
a business on Calton Road
between October 30 and 31,
while a Gawler South business
on Fourth Street had three do-
nation tins stolen between No-
vember 3 and 4.
CCTV cameras were stolen
from outside an office premises
on Twelfth Street, Gawler, be-
tween November 1 and 5, while
a fragrance gift pack was stolen
from a Cowan Street business in
Gawler on November 6.
Homes and vehicles were also
targeted by thieves.
A stereo system was stolen
from a Krieg Road home in
Evanston Park between Novem-
ber 1 and 3, while an air-con-
ditioner, tap fittings and copper
piping were stolen from an Ad-
elaide Road house in Gawler on
A racing bicycle worth about
$8000 was stolen from a vehicle
parked on Taylor Street, Gawler
on November 8.
Local break-in blitz continues
A TWO-CAR accident
disrupted traffic on
the Sturt Highway on
The accident occurred
near the Gomersal Road
turnoff at around 2pm
and involved a gold Toyota
Camry and blue Mitsubishi
Both vehicles were head-
ing toward Nuriootpa when
the incident occurred.
Occupants in one vehicle
were briefly entrapped as a
result of the crash, however
no-one received serious in-
Police, Country Fire
Service and ambulance
crews attended the accident,
and it is still unknown how
Sturt Highway accident
The man lost control of his bike on a right-hand sweeping bend near Riggs Road on Thursday.
PHOTO: Carl Pfei er
The two-car accident occurred on the Sturt Highway near
the Tanunda turno on Monday afternoon.PHOTO: Carl Pfei er
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