Sign stolen

Isis Town and Country - - NEWS -

A GLADSTONE man has ap­peared in court af­ter he stole a street sign from Gin Gin in 2012. The po­lice dropped by the house of Jack Crouch where of­fi­cers found an or­ange traf­fic cone and an ob­vi­ously out-of-place street sign, Jacks Road. “He can’t re­mem­ber when he ex­actly stole it,” po­lice prose­cu­tor Barry Stevens told Gladstone Mag­is­trates Court af­ter the 20-year-old elec­tri­cian pleaded guilty to steal­ing the sign and an or­ange traf­fic cone. Po­lice found the items when search­ing his Kin Kora house on Au­gust 15, Crouch telling of­fi­cers he stole the sign around 2012. Mag­is­trate Me­lanie Ho placed Crouch on a four-month good be­hav­iour bond with $300 own recog­ni­sance. A con­vic­tion was not recorded.

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