Keep cars locked up, police say
Caution and fine issued
A 21 year-old Newcastle man was issued with a cannabis caution and fined for not displaying his P-plates when stopped by police in Deniliquin on October 25.
Police said the man’s car was stopped for a random breath test on Hardinge St at about 3.05am, which they say was negative.
Based on checks, police said they spoke to the man in relation to drugs and allege he produced a small amount of cannabis.
A 31 year-old Deniliquin woman has been charged with a series of traffic offences after being stopped in Butler St, Deniliquin on October 24.
After being stopped at about 7.35pm, police said checks revealed the woman had a suspended provisional licence. Police said their records showed the woman was notified of the suspension in December 2017.
Further checks revealed the car she was driving had a cancelled registration.
She was charged for driving while suspended and driving and unregistered and uninsured car.
Keep your car locked
Police are again reminding people to ensure their cars are locked and valuables secured following reports of a woman being seen rummaging through a parked car on October 23.
The car was parked in the Hardinge St car park complex at about 4.45pm.
Nothing was reported stolen from the car.