Wednesday, 27 May 2020
NSW man caught going 140kph in Tarome: Police Report

Covid-19 restrictions eased

Police in the Fassifern have been happy with the response of local people to the easing of restrictions over the Labour Day weekend. 

While everyone would like to get out and about and resume normal day to day activities travel restrictions remain in place to prevent the virus flaring once more. 

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Purse theft Aratula

Boonah Police are investigating the theft of a purse from the carpark of the Aratula Hotel last Monday (April 27). The purse was taken from the front seat of a vehicle while the victim was not watching. 

Anyone with information is requested to contact Boonah Police or Crimestoppers.

Possession charges

A Boonah man, 51, was charged with possession of dangerous drugs and utensils after a search warrant was executed at his address last Monday (April 27). He is due to appear in the Ipswich Magistrates Court on September 1.

Court for theft and traffic offences

A Dugandan man, 49, was issued a Notice to Appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court for Stealing from Boonah IGA. Reports were received in relation to a man who was seen stealing grocery items on several occasions. He is due to appear in Court on September 4.

A Southport man, 27, was issued a Notice to Appear in Court after he was intercepted by officers from the Ipswich Road Policing Unit for traffic offences at 9.00am on Wednesday (April 29) on Ipswich Boonah Road, Peak Crossing. A search of the man’s vehicle found illegal drugs. He is due to appear in Court on May 14.

Traffic infringements

A New South Wales man, 45, was issued an infringement notice for high range speeding on Sunday on the Cunningham Highway, Tarome. Officers from the Ipswich Road Policing Unit recorded the man’s vehicle travelling at 140kph in an 80 zone. He is facing a six month suspension of his licence.

A Peak Crossing man, 44, was issued infringement notices for driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle after he was stopped while driving a vehicle on Ipswich Boonah Road, Boonah on Sunday by officers from the Ipswich Road Policing Unit. He was fined a total of $853.

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