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Daily Archives: June 5, 2012
Two women have been injured after a serious traffic crash at Boonah this evening.
Around 6pm their vehicle has collided with a truck on theIpswich-Boonah Rdat the intersection of the Boonah-Beaudesert Road at Boonah.
One woman is currently being airlifted … Continue reading
A man aged in his 20s has died after a single vehicle truck rollover on the Bruce Highway at Beerburrum this afternoon.
Initial information suggests around 3.10pm the truck has left the road and rolled, expelling one of the occupants. … Continue reading
Three ex-QPS two seat Rhino all terrain vehicles are available at auction tomorrow on the Gold Coast.
A total of forty-three other vehicles and four dinghys will also be auctioned at the same time.
The other vehicles up for auction … Continue reading
A 19-year-old Bondoola man has been charged with three counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death following a triple fatality crash on the Bruce Highway in August 2011.
The man was charged yesterday and is due to … Continue reading
Toowoomba Criminal Investigation Branch is asking members of the public to contact police immediately if they start receiving old Australian paper money.
A sum of paper money (currency previously used in Australia) was stolen from a residence in Mount Rascal … Continue reading
A 25-year-old man is due to appear before the Caboolture Magistrates Court on several charges including drug possession.
It will be alleged the man was intercepted by police after he was observed driving at high speed on Joyce Street, Burpengary … Continue reading
The Gold Coast Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) today closed two long running drug operations – Juliet Altitude and Kilo Pelt.
Detective Inspector Tim Trezise from Gold Coast CIB said that both operations utilised a range of overt and covert investigative … Continue reading
The history of police radio illustrates that good communications are essential for efficient and effective policing.
In 1933 the Queensland Police Union commented in its Journal via cartoon, on the lack of both police cars and effective communication within the … Continue reading