Suspected back injury for crash passenger
Police are investigating a single car collision which saw two men hospitalised with non-life threatening injuries on Monday.
The driver, a 20 year-old Jerilderie man, was taken to Jerilderie Hospital with a possible fractured left wrist.
An 18 year-old passenger, also from Jerilderie, was conveyed to Albury Base Hospital with a possible back fracture.
An update on his condition was not available at the time of going to print yesterday.
According to police, a Ford Ranger was travelling west on Tip Rd, Jerilderie at 4.45pm when the driver allegedly failed to make a slight right turn.
It caused the car to collide with a large gum tree. Two ambulances attended the scene. The car sustained extensive damage and required towing, according to police.
Police investigations are continuing.
A Finley teenager has been charged with breaching bail, after police allegedly spotted him failing to comply with his curfew conditions on Wednesday.
About 8.35pm, police stopped a vehicle on Coree St, Finley for a random breath test.
Police said they recognised one of the passengers as a male who had previously been imposed with bail conditions that prohibit him from appearing in public from 8pm to 6am.
The conditions were put in place after the teen was arrested last month on theft charges dating back to October 2016 at a Finley business.
He was granted bail to appear in court next month.
Police have issued a separate court attendance notice for the breach, with a date for his Finley appearance to be set.
Police said another passenger, an 18 yearold Berrigan female, also received a cannabis caution after allegedly locating a small amount of the drug in the vehicle.