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A 21 year old Evanston Park man was
arrested after attempting to start a stolen
bobcat on January 6.
The man was reported by a member
of the public who noticed him acting
suspiciously around the stolen bobcat at
around 1 p.m. at Evanston Park.
Gawler Police and Barossa CIB officers
attended and located the man with a JCB
2007 yellow bobcat.
It was revealed the bobcat was stolen
from Tanunda between December 23 and
The offender was arrested and charged
with unlawful possession of the bobcat
and was bailed to appear in the Elizabeth
Magistrates Court of February 10.
The bobcat has been returned to it’s
On December 21 Nuriootpa police
arrested a 50 year old Tanunda man and
charged him with aggravated assault.
Nuriootpa police arrested a 22 year
old Nuriootpa man on December 22 and
charged him with property damage.
On December 27 a 44 year old Tanunda
woman was arrested by Nuriootpa police
and charged with unlawful possession of
a stolen handbag and its contents.
Nuriootpa police arrested a 46 year old
Tanunda woman on November 28 and
charged her with aggravated assault,
property damage and three counts of
breaching an intervention order.
On January 1 Freeling police arrested
a 34 year old Freeling man and charged
him with aggravated assault, resisting
arrest and carrying an offensive weapon.
Nuriootpa police arrested a 40 year old
Nuriootpa man and charged him with
serious criminal trespass, property damage
and possessing prescribed equipment.
On January 4 Nuriootpa police arrested
a 42 year old Nuriootpa man for breaching
an intervention order and breaching his
On January 8 a 30 year old Light Pass
man was arrested for theft and possessing
ammunition without a licence.
A 21 year old man was reported by
Kapunda police for speeding at 145
kilometres in a 100 kilometre zone on the
Thiele Highway at Fords on January 1.
He was reported for driving at an
excessive speed and his licence was
On January 1 Kapunda police reported a
48 year old man for three counts of stealing
petrol from petrol stations, three counts
of driving an unregistered and uninsured
motor vehicle and three counts of driving
a defected vehicle.
A 21 year old Lyndoch man was reported
for assault on January 4 following an
incident at a licensed premises in Tanunda
in late August, 2015.
On January 6 a 30 year old Nuriootpa
man was reported for driving unregistered,
unlicensed and with false number plates
on Old Kapunda Road, Nuriootpa.
A 26 year old Nuriootpa man was
reported for theft of wine on January 6
from a licenced premises in Nuriootpa.
On January 6 a 45 year old Stockwell
man was reported for drink driving with
a reading of 0.099.
Serious criminal trespass
Between December 18 and 22, 15 bales
of hay were taken from a shed on Taylors
Run Road, Kapunda.
On December 24 a residence on South
Terrace, Kapunda was entered and a
bedroom was searched. It appears nothing
The rear doors of a residence on Leske
Avenue in Williamstown were found open
between December 24 and 26.
Between December 24 and 26 a shed at
a sport club on Elizabeth Street, Tanunda
Entry was gained to a residence on
George Street, Williamstown between
December 25 and January 3. It was
unclear if anything had been taken.
On January 3 fishing gear was stolen
from a shed at a property on Fords Road,
Cordless tools were stolen from a
building at a Lyndoch winery after a
padlock was cut on a sliding door, between
December 14 and January 4.
Between December 18 and 21 a tipper
truck with a tank in the tray was stolen
from a construction site on Chardonnay
Drive, Nuriootpa. The SA registration
On December 21 a trailer was stolen
from a rear yard in Lewis Street, Kapunda.
The SA registration reads TNM448.
Between December 21 and 22 a Honda
scooter was stolen from a property on
Schaedel Street, Nuriootpa. The SA
registration reads S27ABR.
The rear window of a vehicle parked
on Kent Street, Angaston was smashed
and cash and documents were taken from
the vehicle between December 22 and 23.
On December 15 cash was stolen from
a residence on Mount Crawford Road,
Between December 27 and 28 artificial
turf was taken from a bowling green under
construction on White Street, Kapunda.
Food items were taken from a
refrigerated van parked at a business
on Murray Street, Nuriootpa between
December 23 and 24.
On December 23 two mobile phones
were taken from a vehicle parked at a
business on Murray Street, Nuriootpa.
Between December 27 and 28 a purple
Penny skateboard was stolen from the
front year of a residence on Gramp Avenue,
Four reindeer Christmas lights were
taken from the front yard of a residence
on Traminer Way, Nuriootpa between
December 29 and 30.
Between October 1 and 28 a trolley jack
was stolen from a residence on Mattner
On December 30 diesel fuel was stolen
from a tank at a property on Gomersal
Between December 23 and 30 a skid
steer was stolen from a vineyard on
Krondorf Road, Tanunda.
A wheelie bin was stolen from a
residence on Murray Street, Nuriootpa
between December 31 and January 1.
On January 3 a black 2002 Holden
VY Commodore sedan was stolen from
Springton Road, Eden Valley. The SA
registration is WRF210.
An IPhone was stolen from a bag at a
skate park on Murray Street, Nuriootpa
on January 4.
Between January 8 and 9 a 6 x 4 trailer
was stolen from Golden Way, Nuriootpa.
Between December 11 and 23 a louvre
window was broken at a school on West
Two letterboxes were damaged at
properties on Hoffmann Avenue and
Carignane Court, Tanunda between
January 2 and 3.
Between January 7 and 8 a vehicle
parked on Gilbert Street, Lyndoch was
scratched and dented.
On December 31 Kapunda police were
called to three deliberately lit fires at the
trunk of a tree on Coghill Street, Kapunda.
Arrest over stolen bobcat
A vehicle that crashed into an Angaston house caused significant
A utility that crashed into an
Angaston house on the early hours of
Christmas Day was estimated to have
caused in excess of $100,000 damage.
Just after 1 a.m. a 21 year old
Angaston man was travelling on
Breakneck Hill Road when he lost
control and careered through a
paddock, crashing into the house.
He was taken to the Angaston
Hospital with minor injuries.
The impact of the vehicle caused
significant damage to the home,
however the residents, a couple in
their 50’s, were uninjured.
Barossa police believed that the
man was unlicensed and the vehicle
Car crashes into Angaston
Just before 4 a.m. on January 1 police were
called to a house in Gawler following reports of
a domestic dispute.
It was alleged that a 35 year old woman from
the Northern Territory stabbed her partner in
the leg during an argument.
The victim, also from the Northern Territory,
was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for
treatment but was released soon after.
The offender was arrested and charged with
aggravated assault causing harm and refused
She was scheduled to appear in the Elizabeth
Magistrates Court on Monday.
December 26 and
27 a 16-foot Clayton
Runabout boat was
stolen from a house in
The boat, coloured
white with a blue
canopy, has a 90-horse
motor and was
attached to a trailer
with a South
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