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A man has been arrested after he was
caught drink-driving at Evanston South on
Police will allege that just before 9 a.m.
a patrol stopped a Toyota sedan on Main
North Road and the male driver underwent
a breath test.
He returned a positive reading of 0.196.
The 42 year old Mallala man was charged
with exceeding the prescribed concentration
of alcohol, and was issued a 12-month
immediate loss of licence notice.
He was refused bail and appeared in the
Elizabeth Magistrates Court on Monday.
at Evanston South
Police uncovered a large cannabis crop
growing hydroponically in an underground
water tank at Hillier last Friday.
Gawler Police, with the assistance of
detectives from Barossa CIB, searched
the Hillier property and found a disused
underground water tank housing a large
hydroponic cannabis crop.
A 54 year old man from the property
was arrested and charged with cultivate
a commercial quantity of cannabis and
possess prescribed equipment.
He was bailed to appear in the Elizabeth
Magistrates Court on June 19.
Today’s arrest follows further searches
and reports this week in the area.
Inspector Cameron Devey, Acting Officer
in Charge, Barossa Local Service Area
said, “None of the men are known to
each other and there are no connections
between the properties. The illicit drugs
were located in the course of our ‘normal’
“These seizures are a significant step
towards ensuring the safety of our local
community by stopping illicit drugs from
“The trafficking of illicit drugs is
a blight on society with the potential
impacts proven to be devastating to those
involved, their friends and their families.
We will continue to do everything we can
to stop those who engage in drug related
“I encourage anyone who has
information about the manufacture, sale
or possession of illicit drugs to contact
Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. You can
A 33 year old Nuriootpa man was
arrested on May 2 and charged with
trafficking in a controlled drug, possess
prohibited weapons and insecure
At about 5 p.m. on May 2, police searched
a property and located an amount of, what
is suspected to be, Fantasy along with
insecure ammunition, a knuckle duster
and a prohibited knife.
He was bailed to appear in the Tanunda
Magistrates Court on May 23.
Police searched an Angaston property
last Thursday and located three cannabis
plants growing in the backyard and
approximately 580 grams of dried
A 35 year old Angaston man was
reported for trafficking a controlled drug.
On May 5, police searched a property
at Two Wells and located equipment
suspected of being used to cultivate
A 36 year old Two Wells man was
reported for possess prescribed equipment.
The reported men will be summonsed
to appear in court at a later date.
Barossa men involved in drugs
Police are reminding the public to securely lock
their property, following a number of thefts from
insecure or vacated properties in the Barossa Local
Service Area. Between April 25 and May 5 entry
was gained to an unlocked shed in Forster Street at
Wasleys. Multiple tools and a chain saw were stolen.
Meanwhile, on May 4 a pool table and balls were
removed from a vacated house in Angus Street,
Springton. A hot water service was also stolen from
the rear of a building in Belvidere Road, Nuriootpa
between May 3 and 5.
Opportunistic thieves commonly target sheds and
garages for sports equipment, tools and bicycles –
so make sure these items are safely locked away.
Thefts from insecure
or vacated properties
Arrests and reports
39 year old Kapunda man was
arrested on a warrant.
NURIOOTPA - On May 6 a
42 year old Tanunda woman
was reported for drink driving
(0.261). She was issued an
immediate loss of licence, and
her vehicle was impounded.
NURIOOTPA - On May 7
address was reported for the
possession of illegal drugs
and drug equipment. He was
issued with a drug diversion.
TANUNDA - A 46 year old
Tanunda man was reported on
May 7 for property damage.
Police uncovered a large cannabis crop growing hydroponically in an underground water tank at Hillier.
water tank was
revealed to be
housing a large
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