Search yields drugs
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).