This month Bribie Island police officers engaged in drug and traffic operations and boating safety patrols with rangers. Police also visited the Bribie Island State School Fair and patrolled the Walk for William campaign which Senior Sergeant David Crawford-Raby said was well attended. Sergeant Crawford- Raby also said domestic violence was “a significant part of the stations activities” this month.
Police also kept themselves busy with 586 drivers breath tested and 77 traffic infringement notices were issues, mainly for speeding. There were also a series of complaints about theft from insecure vehicles and garages. Police urge residents to be mindful of the security of sheds, garages, boats, vehicles and trailers. Offences have been committed on Sylvan Beach Esplanade, Japonica Court and First Avenue’s industrial estate.
Charges were as follows:
- A 70 year old Sandstone Point woman was charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath after being intercepted for drink driving at Sandstone Point.
- A 34 year old Sunnbank man was charged with public nuisance at Sandstone Point. Tuesday 8/9/2015
- A 21 year old Bellara man was charged with disqualified driving at Bongaree and the vehicle immobilised for 7 days.
- A 19 year old Coomera man was charged with drink driving at Bellara after returning an alleged reading of .034%.
- A 39 year old Bongaree man was charged with disqualified driving at Bongaree.
- A 25 year old Bellara man was charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle at Bellara.
- A 35 year old Bellara woman and a 43 year old Bellara man were charged with possession of property suspected stolen and drug offences after police executed a search warrant at Bellara.
- A 33 year old Morayfield man was charged with drink driving at Woorim after returning an alleged reading of .057%.
- A 39 year old man and a 30 year old man, both from Redcliffe, were charged with stealing from a boat at Sandstone Point.
- A 32 year old North Lakes man was charged with driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle at Ningi.
- A 46 year old Bellara woman was charged with breaching a domestic violence protection order.
- A 29 year old Ningi man was charged with driving whilst unlicensed at Sandstone Point.
- A 50 year old Woorim man was charged wth possessing drug utensils at Woorim. The man was also charged with breaching his bail.
- A 21 year old Cleveland woman was charged with wilful damage at Bellara, together with possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils.
- A 27-year-old Morayfield woman was charged with possessing dangerous drugs at Bongaree.
- A 26-year-old Caboolture man was charged with breaching a domestic violence protection order at Banksia Beach.
- A 30-year-old Ningi man was charged with possessing dangerous drugs at Sandstone Point.
- A 53-year-old Woorim man was charged with unlicensed driving at Bellara
- A 40-year-old Banksia Beach man was charged with driving unregistered and uninsured at Ningi.
- A 30-year-old Bongaree man was charged with contravening a domestic violence order at Bongaree.
- A 41-year-old Rothwell man was charged with driving whilst unlicensed at Sandstone Point and the vehicle immobilised for 7 days.
- A 26-year-old Bongaree man was arrested on a return to prison warrant at Bongaree.
- A 50-year-old Ningi man was charged with driving whilst unlicensed at Bellara.
- A 28-year-old Shailer Park man was charged with drink driving after returning an alleged reading of .03% at Sandstone Point, and driving whilst unlicensed.
- A 23-year-old Ningi man was charged with contravening a domestic violence protection order at Ningi.
- A 45-year-old Bellara woman was fined for high end speeding after being allegedly detected driving at 146kph in a 100kph zone in Ningi by officers from the Road Policing Unit.
- A 51-year-old Sandstone Point man was charged with drink driving at Bongaree after returning an alleged reading of .147%.
- A 55-year-old Sandstone Point man was charged with offensive public nuisance behaviour on Main Beach.
Anyone with information which could assist with these matters should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.
Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service. For all non-urgent police reporting or general police inquiries contact Policelink on 131 444 or Policelink.qld. gov.au 24 hours a day.