B&E offenders caught
Two juvenile males have been dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act in relation to the break and enter of the Fassifern Rugby League Club.
Police identified the offenders after they left their school report card outside the club’s canteen which they had gained entry into.
An informant secured the evidence which led to the arrest of the juvenile offenders.
Drink driver charged
A Boonah woman, 65, will appear before Ipswich Magistrates Court charged with drink driving.
The woman was intercepted at a static RBT site on Boonah Rathdowney Road, Boonah at about 3.15 pm on August 21. A breath alcohol reading of 0.095 will be alleged.
Police would like to remind people to comply with current restrictions as directed by the Chief Health Officer. Police will be out and about enforcing the restrictions, which include:
• Having no more than 10 visitors at your home. The visitors can be from different households.
• A maximum of 10 people can gather publicly in a restricted area regardless of whether people are members of the same household or not.
• Social distancing measures are to remain in place.
• Exemptions to this apply to businesses or activities which have a COVID-safe plan in place (eg sporting activities and cafes).
Front Counter Hours
Boonah and Harrisville Counters – unexpected closures
Unfortunately, regular counter hours will not be maintained at Boonah and Harrisville Station over coming weeks due to unplanned leave. The Officers in Charge of these stations apologise for any inconvenience caused. Should you need to speak with an officer from any station please contact Policelink on 131 444 or email the station requesting contact. If you are trying to report an offence that is occurring at the time or an emergency, ring 000. Kalbar Station is open on Wednesdays from 8am-12pm. Anyone wishing to speak with Sen Const Piper outside those hours is asked to contact the Station via phone and make an appointment.