Bayside and Northern Suburbs Star - - NEWS -

SANDGATE Po­lice at­tended 10 calls for ser­vice in re­la­tion to do­mes­tic vi­o­lence in their district dur­ing the past week. Three do­mes­tic and fam­ily vi­o­lence applications were sought, one by po­lice and two fur­ther applications by mem­bers of the pub­lic. Po­lice also in­ves­ti­gated one mat­ter in­volv­ing a breach of a cur­rent or­der and were able to of­fer re­fer­rals to sup­port ser­vices on six other oc­ca­sions.

A BUSI­NESS in Deagon was bro­ken into and the of­fender/s caused ex­ten­sive dam­age in­side the premises be­tween 10.30am on July 7 and 9am on July 17.

THREE ve­hi­cles had their num­ber plates stolen dur­ing the past week in the Sandgate Po­lice district. The front num­ber plate was stolen from a Ford Fal­con parked in Brad­field Street, Brighton be­tween 8pm on July 17 and 4am the fol­low­ing day. The front num­ber plate was also stolen from a Holden Ba­rina which was parked in Fourth Av­enue, Sandgate be­tween 7pm on July 20 and 7am the fol­low­ing day. Both front and rear num­ber plates were stolen from a sec­ond Holden Ba­rina overnight the fol­low­ing evening. Sandgate Po­lice of­fi­cer in charge Se­nior Sergeant He­len Bar­nett re­minded res­i­dents of the ben­e­fits of at­tach­ing One Way Screws to their num­ber plates. “One Way Screws can be ob­tained from the front counter of most po­lice sta­tions. Th­ese screws re­quire spe­cial equip­ment to se­cure or

re­move num­ber plates to ve­hi­cles, tools not avail­able to the gen­eral pub­lic. Stolen num­ber plates are gen­er­ally placed on other ve­hi­cles in­tended for use in crim­i­nal ac­tiv­ity. Mem­bers of the pub­lic can pre­vent fur­ther of­fences sim­ply by se­cur­ing th­ese One Way Screws to their cars,” Se­nior Sergeant Bar­nett said.

PO­LICE were alerted to four peo­ple in a ve­hi­cle cre­at­ing a dis­tur­bance in a carpark on Keogh Street, Sandgate around 9.40pm on July 18. A 43-year-old man was charged with pos­sess­ing a knife in a pub­lic place and ob­struct­ing po­lice.

BOONDALL Tac­ti­cal Crime Squad charged an 18-year-old man with pos­sess­ing a dan­ger­ous drug af­ter search­ing a ve­hi­cle con­tain­ing three peo­ple which was parked at a petrol sta­tion on Tele­graph Road, Bracken Ridge on the week­end of July 22-23.

TWO iPads were stolen from a home in Spring­bok Street, Fitzgib­bon re­cently. The of­fender/s smashed a win­dow to gain en­try to the home.

A WAL­LET and keys were stolen from a house in Pine Tree Close, Fitzgib­bon. A car was also stolen and was used

dur­ing an armed rob­bery at a con­ve­nience store in Mars­den re­cently. A group of five males, in­clud­ing two ju­ve­niles, have been charged with a num­ber of of­fences in­clud­ing bur­glary, un­law­ful use of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle and armed rob­bery.

OF­FEND­ERS at­tempted to jemmy open a win­dow in Kon­dalilla Place, Fitzgib­bon dur­ing the past week.

A MO­TOR­CY­CLE was stolen from a drive­way in Lilly Pilly Cres­cent, Fitzgib­bon re­cently.

CARSEL­DINE Po­lice at­tended three calls for ser­vice in re­la­tion to do­mes­tic vi­o­lence. Po­lice made one ap­pli­ca­tion for a do­mes­tic vi­o­lence pro­tec­tion or­der and two pri­vate applications were made.

TWO peo­ple were charged with drink driv­ing in the past week – on Pan­dala Court, Carsel­dine and Norris Road, Fitzgib­bon.

A TRAILER con­tain­ing tools was re­cently stolen from Strath­pine Road, Bald Hills.

JEW­ELLERY and cash were stolen from a unit in Hall Street, Cherm­side be­tween 5-8pm on July 7. A bath­room win­dow was jem­mied open to gain en­try.

A SKATEBOARD was vi­o­lently stolen from a 16-year-old at a park on Mur­phy Road, Cherm­side at 10.15pm on July 22.

BOONDALL Po­lice re­ported 14 calls for ser­vice in re­la­tion to

do­mes­tic vi­o­lence in their district be­tween July

18-24. There were four breaches of do­mes­tic vi­o­lence or­ders, four po­lice applications and one pri­vate ap­pli­ca­tion for or­ders, and four re­fer­rals to sup­port agen­cies. There was one ad­di­tional in­ci­dent that was not deemed to be do­mes­tic vi­o­lence.

THREE peo­ple were charged with drink driv­ing and two with driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence of drugs in the past week. A 59-year-old man was in­ter­cepted on Buhot Street, Gee­bung on July 18 at 5.45pm with a blood al­co­hol con­cen­tra­tion (BAC) of 0.076%. A 31-year-old man was in­ter­cepted on Bi­cen­ten­nial Road, Boondall on July 23 at 4.20pm with a BAC of 0.07%. A 26-year-old wo­man was in­ter­cepted on Ban­field Street, Cherm­side on July 23 at 4am with a BAC of 0.119%. A 27-year-old man was in­ter­cepted on Bilsen Road, Gee­bung for drug driv­ing on July 19 at 8.26pm. A 31-year-old man was in­ter­cepted on Bilsen Road, Gee­bung for drug driv­ing on July 24 at 7.15am. A fur­ther two peo­ple were caught driv­ing un­reg­is­tered and unin­sured ve­hi­cles, and four were caught driv­ing without a li­cence.

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