Gawler Police weekly report - March 2018

Arrests

A 33-year-old Two Wells man was arrested and charged by Gawler Police on March 5 with theft.

A 43-year-old Elizabeth was was arrested by Gawler Police on March 7 on a warrant.

A 25-year-old Willaston man was arrested and charged by Gawler Police on March 8 him with disorderly behaviour and resisting arrest.

A 33-year-old Findon man was arrested and charged by Gawler Police on March 12 for being unlawfully on premises, being equipped and theft.

An 18-year-old Daveron Park man was charged and arrested by Gawler Police on March 12 with disorderly behaviour.

A 23-year-old Elizabeth South man was charged and arrested by Gawler Police on March 12 with disorderly behaviour.

Reports

A 47-year-old Gawler East man was reported by Gawler Police on March 5 for cultivating cannabis.

A 40-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man, both from Evanston, were reported by Gawler Police on March 7 for theft.

A 46-year-old man Willaston man was reported by Gawler Police on March 8 for drink driving with an alleged blood alcohol reading of 0.120. In addition to being summonsed to court at a later date, he was issued with an instant loss of licence notice for six months and had his vehicle impounded for 28 days.

A 44-year-old Angle Vale man was reported by Two Wells Police on March 11 for drink driving with an alleged blood alcohol reading of 0.265. In addition to being summonsed to court at a later date, he was issued with an instant loss of licence notice for 12 months and had his vehicle impounded for 28 days.

A 45-year-old Blakemore man was reported for property damage on March 12.

A 32-year-old Gawler East man was reported by Gawler Police on March 12 for aggravated assault.

Serious Criminal Trespass

An attempt was made to gain entry to a residence on Haydon Street, Gawler West on February 23.

Food items were taken from a caravan on the Esplanade, Port Parham on February 27.

A concrete mixer, sprayer and two engines were stolen from sheds on Gawler River Road, Lewiston on March 9

Cash was stolen from a residence on Garden Avenue, Two Wells on March 10.

Theft

Numerous items, including mobile phones and a phone charger, were stolen from a business on Main North Road, Evanston Park on March 5.

A cage trailer was stolen from outside a residence on Cormorant Drive, Hewett between March 2 and 3.

A Bushmans camping fridge and two tail lights were taken from a vehicle parked at a railway station in Evanston Gardens on March 8.

A wacker plate was stolen from a construction site on Cowan Street, Gawler between March 9 and 10.

A steam cleaner, trolley, bull bar and eight mags were stolen from a business on Main North Road, Evanston South on March 11.

Three bottles of alcohol were stolen from a business on Murray Street, Gawler on March 12.

A black tandem trailer containing two wheelbarrows, two jack hammers, a concrete cutter, and other tools were stolen from Harris Road, Dublin between March 8 and 9.

A mobile phone was stolen from a vehicle parked on Marsh Avenue, Gawler South on March 8.

Property damage/graffiti

Damage was caused to a primary school on Davies Road, Cockatoo Valley between March 2 and 3.

A vehicle parked at a railway station on Twenty Third Street, Gawler South was scratched on March 7.

A garage door on Corella Street, Hewett was marked with yellow graffiti between March 10 and 11.

Illegal use

A tractor was stolen from a property on Reed Rd, Hillier between March 2 and 6.

A red Jeep Wrangler was stolen from a parking area on Robertson Street, Evanston Gardens between March 7 and 8.

Arson

Seaweed at Port Parham beach was set on fire, which caused damage to fence posts and burning scrub land on March 11.

Illegal interference

An attempt was made to gain entry to a vehicle parked on Finch Road, Gawler East on March 6 where the offenders fled when disturbed.

Disturbance

Rocks were thrown at a residence on East Terrace, Gawler East on March 6.

Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au/ - you can remain anonymous.

If you witness someone behaving suspiciously in your neighbourhood, or on a nearby school or business property, please phone the Police Assistance Line immediately on 131 444. Police say timely reporting can assist police to locate offenders and prevent further crime occurring.