Keep cars locked up, po­lice say

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - NEWS -

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.

Traf­fic charges

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.

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