Search yields drugs

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

A Sey­mour woman, aged in her early 30s, was re­manded in cus­tody af­ter an amount of am­phet­a­mine was found in an Emily St, Sey­mour house.

A drug search war­rant was ex­e­cuted at the house on April 26.

An­other lo­cal, a man aged 43, is ex­pected to be charged on sum­mons af­ter po­lice found some cannabis on him dur­ing a rou­tine check as he was walk­ing along An­zac Ave re­cently.

He told in­ves­ti­ga­tors that he had only pur­chased the cannabis a short time prior to po­lice catch­ing up with him.

Fol­low­ing a ran­dom traf­fic in­ter­cept in Union St, Kil­more by the High­way Pa­trol, a Wan­dong man has had his driv­ers li­cence sus­pended for 14 months.

The 55-year-old was spo­ken to about 9.30 pm on April 29, and he gave an ev­i­den­tiary breath test of .147 per cent.

His li­cence was im­me­di­ately sus­pended and he was is­sued with a $661 penalty no­tice.

Also on that night the High­way Pa­trol in­ter­cepted two driv­ers in Sey­mour who tested pos­i­tive for drugs.

A man, aged 30, from Phillip Is­land was checked in High St about 7 pm and then a lo­cal woman, aged 30, was spo­ken to about 1 am on Sun­day morn­ing in Tal­la­rook St.

Po­lice are await­ing re­sults of fur­ther anal­y­sis of the drug tests taken.

A mo­bil­ity scooter was re­moved from the rear shed of a Beta St house, but then left in the back­yard some­time overnight last Satur­daySun­day.

The scooter re­ceived some dam­age af­ter en­try was gained to the yard by cut­ting a pad­lock off a rear gate.

A walk­ing frame was also stolen from the front porch of a Vic­to­ria St house the pre­vi­ous night and found dumped and ex­tremely dam­aged later in An­zac Ave.

A dual cab util­ity was stolen from a Mor­risons Rd, Man­ga­lore prop­erty some­time overnight on Sun­dayMon­day.

Fenc­ing around a con­struc­tion site at a bridge on Manse Hill Rd was dam­aged some­time dur­ing the Easter week­end.

It is be­lieved a ve­hi­cle was used to drive over the fenc­ing.

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing fur­ther thefts of cop­per wire re­cently.

More wire has been stolen from around the Sharps and Tay­lors Rds, Tal­la­rook area, as well as near Man­ga­lore Rd, Man­ga­lore, since late April.

If any­one has any in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing crim­i­nal ac­tiv­ity they can phone Crime Stop­pers on 1800 333 000. In­for­ma­tion can be left anony­mously. For im­me­di­ate po­lice re­sponse phone Triple Zero (000).

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