Crime report July 2015

By Catherine Moore

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July Crime Report By Catherine Moore

Bribie Island Police were busy this July with a series of search warrants for dangerous drugs including amphetamine and cannabis as well as stolen goods.  The raids came as a response to information received from the local community in concern to drug-related crimes. Officers were assisted by police from the drug dog unit. Nine people have been charged this month in relation to those warrants.

Bribie Island Police also led extensive traffic operations to address continued worries about vehicles speeding, particularly in Bellara and Bongaree. Over 716 drivers were breath tested and 66 infringement notices were issued mainly for speeding. Patrols of the Main Beach were conducted by local police and QLD Parks and Wildlife Service as well as boat ramp patrols. Three people were fined.

Senior Sergeant David Crawford- Raby said police will continue to patrol the boat ramps. “I would encourage all boaties to have the appropriate safety equipment onboard before setting out for the day,” Senior Sergeant Crawford-Raby said. July’s charge list for Bribie Island below:

A 20 year old Banyo man was charged with drink driving at White Patch.

A 40 year old Bongaree woman was charged with drink driving at Sandstone Point.

A 41 year old Bongaree man was charged with Public Nuisance at Bongaree.

An 18 year old Banksia Beach man was charged at Banksia Beach with breaching bail.

A 27 year old Sandstone Point man was charged with drink driving at Sandstone Point.

A 17 year old Ningi man was charged at Ningi with unlicensed driving.

18 year old Caboolture man charged with unlicensed driving at Bongaree.

35 year old Woorim man charged with drink driving at Woorim. Alleged reading .122%

46 year old Bellara man was charged with possess dangerous drugs and drug utensils after a search warrant was executed at Bellara.

50 year old Redcliffe man charged unlicensed driving at Bongaree.

35 year old Bellara man charged possess dangerous drugs and drug utensils after a search was executed at Bellara.

A 28 year old Ningi woman charged possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils after a search warrant was executed at Ningi.

A 42 year old Nambour man was also charged with possessing drug utensils, assault and breach of bail.

A 19 year old Bongaree man was charged with driving unregistered and uninsured at Sandstone Point.

A 51 year old Sandstone Point man was charged with breach of bail at Bellara.

A 24 year old Godwin Beach man was charged with Public Urination at Sandstone Point.

A 44 year old Banksia Beach man was charged with unlicensed driving at Banksia Beach.

An 18 year old Banksia Beach man was charged with possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils after a vehicle was stopped and searched at Bongaree.

An 18 year old Kingaroy man was charged with possessing dangerous drugs at Bongaree after a search warrant was executed.

A 52 year old Bellara man was charged with possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils at Bellara after a search warrant was executed.

A 31 year old Bellara man and a 24 year old Bongaree woman were charged with possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils after a search warrant was executed at Bellara.

A 22 year old Nambour man was charged with possessing a knife in public, consuming liquor in public and un-authorised lighting a fire at Sandstone Point.

A 48 year old Banksia Beach man was drug diverted after being found in possession of dangerous drugs and drug utensils at Banksia Beach after a search warrant was executed.

A 24 year old Bongaree man was charged with failing to leave licensed premises at the Sandstone Point Hotel.

A 26 year old Bray Park man was charged with disqualified driving at Ningi.

A 49 year old Bellara man was arrested on warrant.

A 27 year old Bellara man and a 27 year old Kallangur woman were both charged with possessing dangerous drugs after a search warrant was executed at Bellara.

A 24 year old Bellara man charged with breach of bail at Bellara.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.

For all non-urgent police reporting or general police inquiries contact Policelink on 131 444 or Policelink.qld. gov.au 24hrs a day. The information referenced in this article is available to the public from http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/moreton/

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