A 43-year-old Craigmore man was arrested by Gawler Police on August 5 on a warrant after he was spotted by police on Seventh Street, Gawler.
A 19-year-old man of no fixed address was arrested by Gawler Police on August 5 for carry offensive weapon and disorderly behaviour.
A 46-year-old Willaston woman was arrested by Gawler Police in Gawler on August 6 for public intoxication.
A Lyndoch woman in her 60s was arrested by Gawler detectives from the Barossa Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) at her Lyndoch home on August 6 for theft, after a wallet was allegedly stolen from a business premises in Evanston.
A 26-year-old Gawler East man was arrested by Gawler Police in Gawler on August 7 on a parole board warrant.
A 32-year-old Gawler man was arrested by Gawler Police in Gawler on August 8 for breaching his bail conditions.
A Loxton man in his 40s was arrested by Gawler Police in Gawler South on August 11 for driving without due care, failing to comply with a direction to submit to an alcotest and resisting arrest.
A 65-year-old Munno Para man was reported by detectives from the Barossa CIB at his home address on August 7 for cultivating cannabis.
A 25-year-old Craigmore woman was reported by Gawler Police at Kudla on August 7 for exceeding the speed limit and driving disqualified, after the vehicle she was driving was detected travelling at 106 km/h in an 80 km/h zone.
A 23-year-old Modbury North woman was reported by Gawler Police at Gawler East on August 10 for drink driving and breaching the conditions of her probationary licence. She recorded an alleged blood alcohol reading of 0.127. She was issued with an instant loss of licence for six months.
A 24-year-old Gawler West woman was reported by Gawler Police at her home address on August 10 for shop theft.
An Evanston Park youth was reported by Gawler Police at his home address on August 10 for 'throw missile'.
A 42-year-old Blakeview man was reported by Gawler Police at Hillier on August 11 for drug driving and driving while disqualified. His vehicle was impounded for 28 days.
A 40-year-old Salisbury East man was reported by Gawler Police at Gawler South on August 11 for driving unlicensed and failing to comply with a direction.
SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS
An attempt was made to gain entry to a house on Orchard Drive, Evanston on August 5.
Entry was gained to a residence on Hillier Road, Evanston where car keys were stolen on August 6.
Various items were stolen, including guitars, a laptop and an iPhone after entry was gained to a residence on Edwards Street, Willaston on August 11.
A 20 tonne hydraulic press was stolen after entry was gained to a shed on a property on Day Road, Reeves Plains, between August 9 and 10.
An unknown offender stole a full basket of meat after walking out of a Gawler shop on August 5.
A man entered a Gawler shop and was seen putting items inside his jacket before leaving the store without paying on August 5.
Various items were stolen from a caravan, as well as 16 poultry after a fence was cut from a residence on Nottle Road, Gawler Belt on August 6.
A mobile phone was stolen from a business premises on Murray Street, Gawler on August 6.
A wallet was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on Britha Avenue, Evanston, between August 6 and 8.
An American staffy dog was stolen from a residence on The Esplanade, Thompsons Beach on August 7.
Two CCTV camera systems were stolen from a business premises on Tulloch Road, Evanston on August 7.
A Bossworld welder was stolen from a business premises in Evanston on August 9.
Food items and beauty products were stolen, in two separate incidents, from a business premises on Main North Road, Evanston on August 10.
Four pairs of sunglasses were stolen from a business premises on Main North Road, Evanston on August 9.
A brick wall was marked with graffiti on Chamberlain Road, Willaston, between August 2 and 3.
Graffiti was marked at a sporting club on Barnet Road, Evanston, between August 7 and 8.
A front window was smashed at a residence on Langbein Court, Gawler West on August 11.
Graffiti was marked on a primary school on School Road, Gawler, between August 8 and 9.
A rear number plate of a vehicle was stolen while it was parked in the driveway of a residence on Gosford Street, Gawler West, between August 3 and 4.
A blue Ford Falcon was stolen from the roadside on Julian Terrace, Gawler on August 6.
A small red pit bike was stolen from a shed at a property on Hatcher Road, Ward Belt on August 6. Another vehicle located in the same shed was also damaged.
OPERATION HIGH IMPACT FATAL FIVE
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, seat belts and dangerous road users.
Police say the aim is to stop people being killed on roads as a result of poor choices made.
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.