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Last week, police sought public assistance to help locate missing woman, Tammy Hann. Following a search for Tammy, police discovered her body this afternoon just north of Mount Gambier.
Her death is not being treated as suspicious.
A report will be prepared for the coroner.
Thanks for everyones assistance.

 

Machete found in car
A police patrol conducting a routine traffic stop at Millicent overnight allegedly located a machete in the vehicle.
Police will allege that at about 3am on Saturday 24 May, a patrol pulled over a car in Cassells Street, Millicent and found the weapon. A further search of the vehicle uncovered an ornate boning knife.
The driver, a 23-year-old Millicent man, was reported for carrying two offensive weapons and will be summonsed to appear in the Millicent Magistrates Court.

 

Machete found in car

A police patrol conducting a routine traffic stop at Millicent overnight allegedly located a machete in the vehicle.

Police will allege that at about 3am on Saturday 24 May, a patrol pulled over a car in Cassells Street, Millicent and found the weapon. A further search of the vehicle uncovered an ornate boning knife.

The driver, a 23-year-old Millicent man, was reported for carrying two offensive weapons and will be summonsed to appear in the Millicent Magistrates Court.

Machete and knife seized

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Theft and false details – Millicent
Police have arrested a 19-year-old Millicent man and charged him with theft and stating a false name and address.
It is alleged that the man stole toiletry items and an energy drink from a business in George Street, Millicent.

The man returned the property to store staff when confronted. Police spoke to the man on William Street, where he gave a false name and address.

The man was released on bail to appear in the Millicent Magistrates Court at a later date.

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Tuesday, 27 May 2014 10:04am
Warning issued after Twitter hack

The South Australia Police (SAPOL) Twitter account was compromised morning, prompting a warning to the public not to click on any links sent out in messages between 8.55am and 9.10am.
Experts are investigating the cause.
We apologise to users who may have been sent messages or links from the SAPOL account and urge anyone who received a direct message from the SAPOL account to delete it and to evaluate their own password security.
So-called ‘Spamruns’ typically try to entice someone to click on a link included in the Tweet.
This then takes them to a site seeking the login to their Twitter account.

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