CAUGHT OUT: Stolen number plates, false name and no licence
Number plate thief caught out
A 55-YEAR-OLD Tungamull man has been charged for stealing number plates from a car on Victoria St, on Friday.
Police intercepted the offender, who had attached the plates on his own vehicle, along the Carnarvon Highway. He was also charged with giving a false name and unlicensed driving.
An issued notice to appear before a Queensland Magistrates Court is still to be confirmed.
A GROUP of juveniles were caught throwing rocks at windows of a building at Rowden Park.
Police responded to a complaint and located the juveniles at the scene and observed broken louvres at the St George Football Clubhouse.
The offenders were dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.
A 28-YEAR-OLD woman was issued with a noise abatement direction on Wednesday at 10pm after police received a complaint in relation to loud music being played.
The direction to abate the noise was for 96 hours.
Break and enter
A MOBILE phone in a pink case was stolen from a dwelling at an Alfred St address between 5.30 and 6pm on Tuesday.
Police investigations are continuing and any information is asked to be passed to Crimestoppers 1800333000.
The Fatal Five
POLICE are reminding travellers to obey the road rules and not drive whilst fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol this Easter break.
Ensure your vehicle is in good mechanical condition and that occupants wear seatbelts.