Barossa Police weekly report, August 2019

Photo: File
Photo: File


A 31-year-old Camden Park man was arrested by Williamstown Police on August 7 in Mount Crawford for property damage, deception and for a warrant. He was refused bail.

A Stockwell man in his 40s was arrested by Nuriootpa Police in Angaston on August 7 for driving while disqualified. His vehicle was impounded.

A 41-year-old Nuriootpa woman was arrested by Nuriootpa Police on August 9 for an outstanding warrant.


A Springton man in his 30s was reported by Mount Pleasant Police in Flaxman Valley on August 8 for illegal interference allegedly committed in Springton on August 7.


Credit card details were unlawfully used to purchase items at a business premises in Murray Street, Nuriootpa on August 3.

Property damage was caused to two vehicles parked at a business premises in Murray Street, Tanunda, with a toolbox stolen from one of the vehicles, between August 2 and 5.

About 40 Merino crossbred sheep were stolen from a property on Manser Road, Mount Crawford, between June 24 and August 6.

Two Adelaide Oval member tickets were stolen from a letterbox at a residence on Traminer Way, Nuriootpa, between July 30 and 31.

Three gas bottles were stolen from a property on Booker Road, Freeling on August 7.

Eight CCTV cameras were stolen from a residence on Edwards Street, Tanunda on July 23.

A driver who entered a Kapunda service station store and purchased items did not pay for the fuel on August 10.


An unknown woman entered the rear yard of a property in Rosalie Avenue, Tanunda on August 11 and attempted to gain entry. Occupants of house, who did not allow her to enter, witnessed the woman throwing chairs which resulted in damages to the chairs.


In addition to the usual crime and traffic matters, Barossa Police are dedicating resources to Operation High Impact Fatal Five this month.

The operation targets those people who commit offences against the Fatal Five, which include drink or drug driving, speeding, distraction offences, seatbelts and dangerous road users.

Police say the aim is to stop people being killed on roads as a result of poor choices made.


Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at where 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.