Barossa Police weekly report


On April 16 Nuriootpa Police arrested a 63-year-old man from Tanunda on a warrant.

On April 20 Williamstown Police arrested 34-year-old man from Williamstown and charged him with disturbing public peace and assaulting police.

On April 22 Nuriootpa Police arrested 52-year-old man from Bethel on a warrant.


On April 19 Kapunda Police reported a 41-year-old man from Paralowie for drink driving (0.096).

On April 20 Nuriootpa Police reported a 32-year-old woman from Angaston for due care and drink driving (0.163). She received an instant loss of licence and her vehicle was impounded.

On April 20 Nuriootpa Police reported a 44-year-old man from Truro for carrying an offensive weapon.

On April 20 Nuriootpa Police reported a 39-year-old man from Nuriootpa at his home address for making off without payment.

Serious Criminal Trespass

Between April 1 and 21 a petrol pump and keys to a tractor were stolen after entry was gained to a shed and caravan on Watunga Road, Koonunga.

Between April 21 and 22 an attempted break activated an alarm on a business premises on Murray Street, Nuriootpa.


Between April 8 and 11 a wheel chair was stolen from a residence on Saleyard Road, Mount Pleasant.

Between April 12 and 14 tools were stolen from a tool box on the back of utility on West Terrace, Kapunda.

Between April 14 and 15 two pot plants were stolen from the front yard of a property in Murray Street, Angaston.

Between August 1 2018 and April 17 2019 a diamond pendant on a 18k gold necklace was stolen from a property in Penrice Road, Angaston.

Between April 19 and 20 a gargoyle cement statue was stolen from a front yard on Zimmermann Street, Nuriootpa. The statue was later recovered on Research Road, Nuriootpa.

Between April 21 and 22 solar panels secured to external wall of a caravan on Tod Street, Kapunda were stolen.

Between April 19 and 22 car keys and a ring were stolen from a property on Clare Road, Kapunda.


On April 13 damage was caused to a tree at a property in Weintal Court, Tanunda


On April 21 fire caused damage to a pine tree on a property on Murray Street, Tanunda.

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at - you can remain anonymous.

If you notice anything suspicious in your area please call police immediately on 131 444. Timely reporting assists police in locating offenders and preventing further crime from occurring.