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Man reported for traffic offences

A man has been reported for drink-driving and driving and unregirstered and uninsured vehicle in Millicent.

On Wednesday the 16th of October at 1.10pm, police stopped a car on the Cattle Bridge Road.

A 35-year-old Millicent man who was driving the car, allegedly returned a breath test reading of 0.072.

The man’s car was impounded for 28 days and he will be summond to appear in court at a later date.

Police seek assisstance after holiday shacks were broken in to at Cape Douglas

Police are seeking assisstance in locating a man who was seen in the vicinity of shacks on Cape Douglas Road, Cape Douglas on Tuesday afternoon (15th October).

Four shacks were broken into and property was stolen that included an I-pad, laptop computer, television and jewellery.

The man seen in area is described as Caucasian 5’8′ of slim build and aged in his late teens or early 20’s. He was wearing jeans and burgundy coloured t-shirt.

If you have any information that may help police in their investigations regarding the break-ins, please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at http://www.crimestoppers.com.au

Police also suggest that shack owners in the area to check the securityof their property.

Police -if you’re just over then just don’t drive

a 53 year old Millicent woman was stopped bypolice at 11:45am on Tuesday morning (15th October) for a mobile driver screening. She returned a reading of 0.056 and was issued with an expiation notice.

Bordertown town man charged after crash in Penola

A man from Bordertown was reported for driving offences after being involved in a crasg at Penola on Monday night.

Police attended the scene of the 2 car crash at 6:10pm which occured on the Riddoch Highway, about one kilometre south of Penola.

No one was injured in the collision.

Police will allege that the man’s car was travelling north onthe Riddoch Highway when it crossed to the incorrect side of the road and collided with another vehicle.

Source: SAPOL

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