Attack on stock under investigation
Boonah Police are investigating the unlawful killing and wounding of cattle at an Allandale property sometime between April 15 and 25. The owner found one of his animals killed with three arrows through the head and another wounded with a single arrow through the head.
Anyone who may have information relating to the injuring of these animals is requested to contact Senior Constable Chris Farnan or CrimeStoppers.
B-Double fire closes highway
The Cunningham Highway, Kalbar was closed for several hours on Friday, when at approximately 2.30am a B-double truck carrying perishable items had to pull to the side of the road when the driver observed his rear trailer on fire.
Emergency Services attended and with the assistance of a local backhoe operator were able to remove the items from the truck and extinguish the fire. The highway remained closed until 11.00am while the clean-up operation took place and the truck was removed from the location.
Search warrants lead to array of charges
Police in the Fassifern executed a series of search warrants in the area.
As a result a Boonah man, 35, is facing 14 charges ranging from stealing and receiving tainted property, fraud, breaching a bail condition and a drug offence. He is due to appear in the Ipswich Magistrates Court on July 21.
A Boonah man, 44, was also charged with possession of dangerous drugs and utensils and possession of a restricted item under the weapons act. He is due to appear in Court on July 21.
A Boonah man, 28, was issued a Notice to Appear in Court for possessing drug utensils. He is due to appear on August 18.
A Kalbar woman, 29, was issued a Notice to Appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court after police located a motor vehicle at her address which had been reported stolen. She is due to appear in Court on July, 7.
Court appearances set
A Boonah man, 51, was issued a Notice to Appear in Court for drink driving after he was stopped by police on Church Street, Boonah on Friday. He is due to appear in Court on August 7. A reading of 0.054% will be alleged.
A Milora man, 28, will appear in Court charged with possession of a crossbow. The weapon was located at his address on April 26 during the execution of a search warrant.
A Kalbar man, 32, was issued an infringement notice for making unnecessary noise and smoke at around 11.30am on Tuesday, April 21 in Kalbar. It was reported the male driver did a burnout in Davies Street. He was fined $427 for the offence. He was also issued an infringement notice for failing to change the registration of the vehicle which carried a $213 fine. His vehicle was also immobilised for a period of 90 days for a Type 1 traffic offence.
Boonah Station will not be open during regular hours through to May 5. If you need to attend to over the counter transactions with police please either email Boonah.Station@police.qld.gov.au or phone Policelink on 131 444 and ask that Boonah Police contact you. An officer will make contact with you when on duty.
Kalbar Station is open on Thursdays between 8am and 12 noon. Anyone wishing to speak with Sen Constable Piper outside those hours is asked to contact Kalbar Station via phone and make an appointment
Harrisville Station is open from Monday to Thursday 9.00am to 12 noon and 12.45pm to 2.00pm.