MOSSMAN HAS PETER JARVIE ON THE TEAM
Police are investigating a fatal traffic crash that occurred just east of Lockhart River on Piiramo Road. Initial investigations suggest that around 2.30pm a car left the road and collided with a tree. A 44year-old female passenger was pronounced deceased at the scene. The 34-year-old male driver was flown to the Cairns Base hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact Crime Stoppers. The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.
A car was stolen from a Mossman address on October 29. The vehicle has a Queensland registration of 817KUY. Police advise that
Smithfield police have charged two Clifton Beach men following a protracted investigation into property related offences allegedly committed between Cairns and Wonga Beach over the past six weeks. The men aged 27 and 31 were arrested at a residence on Upolo Esplanade, Clifton Beach just before 9pm on Sunday, November 1. They were subsequently charged with a total of 15 offences including entering premises and stealing, unlawful use of motor vehicles, stealing, attempted entry to premises and other matters. Both men have been remanded in custody and are due to reappear in the Cairns Magistrates Court on November 30.
A 42-year-old Wonga Beach man was intercepted by police after he overtook an unmarked police vehicle on Daintree Road. The man, who was on a motorcycle, was recorded exceeding the speed limit on the mobile radar device. After he was intercepted he displayed signs consistent with someone under the influence of an intoxicating substance but failed to supply specimen of his breath. He was subsequently charged in relation to speeding, drink driving and driving without an appropriate licence. He will face Mossman Magistrates Court on November 25.
On October 29 police arrested a 28-year-old Mossman man for a break and enter that occurred on October 24. During the break and enter the man stole a considerable amount of jewellery. He attended Cairns Magistrates Court on October 30 charged with burglary and fraud and was refused bail. He is remanded in custody until November 25 when he will appear in Cairns Magistrates Court. Almost all of the jewellery items were recovered.
Police are asking all weapon license holders to check their license for expiry dates. Police will be forced to seize the weapons if the license is not renewed before the expiry date.
have charged a 20-year-old woman and a 15-year-old boy following investigations into the alleged assault and robbery of a woman outside an Earlville shopping centre last Tuesday, November 27.. Constable Peter Jarvie (pictured) is about to enter his third year with the Mossman police. The dedicated policeman is a Victorian boy who started his training at the Townsville Police Academy along with his best buddy fellow Mossman Constable Mitchell Croghan. After graduating from the academy Constable Jarvie was sent to Cairns. After one year in Cairns two positions came up at the Mossman Police Station and Constable Jarvie convinced Croghan to apply with him. Since then Croghan and Jarvie have been working together. Constable Jarvie was doing the daily commute from Cairns until just recently when he moved to Mossman with his partner - who is 8 months pregnant - and 2-year-old kid. The dedicated policeman is also a dedicated AFL player with the talent and skills to match. For the last two years Constable Jarvie has made the All Australian Police AFL team. He was handpicked from the Queensland team which played against promising players in Perth and Melbourne. The tall cop plays centre halfback and Constable Croghan described him as an ‘imposing figure in the backline’. Jarvie was a formidable player with the Cairns Saints but recently retired which isn’t to say he won’t be back for next years All Australian Police AFL team.