INTIMIDATING comments have been directed at council staff on social media. The comments are related to the council undergoing yard inspections to ensure pets are registered. Senior Sergeant Nathan Blain said specific comments involving a shot gun were disgusting and would not be tolerated. Police will assist council workers to carry out their job if necessary.
A 33-YEAR-OLD Glen Isla man driving a Nissan Micra hatchback crashed into a power pole on Shute Harbour Rd causing significant damage. The man allegedly blew a blood alcohol reading of 0.169. The incident occurred on September 30 between midnight and 12.30am. The man will appear in Proserpine Magistrates Court. There were five cases of drink driving over the past week, with a tourist recording a reading of 0.21.
WILFUL damage was caused to a motor vehicle parked in main street. A 20-year-old man from the Gold Coast picked up a brick and smashed the car window. The incident occurred on October 2 between 8.30-9.15pm
A MAN will appear at Proserpine Magistrates Court after breaching a domestic violence order and obstructing police. When police approached the man he became violent. He is also understood to have stolen property from the aggrieved. The disturbance occurred at Airlie Beach main street on October 3 at 1.20am.
HAMILTON Island will unveil a new satellite police station next Monday. More details will be released later in the week.