Three drink driving offences were committed in the Deception Bay Division over the past week. The readings registered were 0.070%, 0.096%, 0.139% and 0.204%:
The high alcohol reading of 0.204% was due to a single vehicle traffic crash where a passenger was injured. A 33-year-old man will appear at Redcliffe Magistrates Court on June 20 in relation to the traffic crash and returning the alleged reading of 0.204 per cent BAC.
Unlicenced, unregistered and uninsured driving
Eight drivers were intercepted within Deception Bay Division for Unlicenced Driving and were dealt with by police:
- Two vehicles were subject to a seven day number plate confiscation period,
- Two vehicles were subjected to a 90 day numberplate confiscation, and
- Two vehicles were forfeited to the State.
Three drivers were intercepted within the Deception Bay Division for driving an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle:
- One vehicle was subject to a 90 day numberplate confiscation, and
- Another vehicle was forfeited to the State.
Drug related offences
On Friday, June 9 police from Deception Bay Station executed four search warrants in relation to dangerous drugs. Ten people have been charged with a combined 28 charges ranging from alleged supply of dangerous drugs to alleged possess dangerous drugs. Methylamphetamine, cannabis, prescription drugs, smoking utensils and two cannabis plants were seized. A 25-year-old man will appear in Redcliffe Magistrates Court on June 26 in relation to one of these warrants.
During the week police located 16 people committing drug offences during their normal patrols. Thirteen people have been charged with a combined 40 charges ranging from alleged possession of weapons to alleged possess of dangerous drugs. Methylamphetamine, cannabis, smoking utensils and a homemade firearm were seized. A 24-year-old man appeared in Redcliffe Magistrates Court on June 12 regarding the firearm charges and was remanded in custody.
Break and enters
On June 8 at about 3.30pm, a neighbour observed a man enter the address next door on Windsor Place and called police. On attendance the man had decamped with a laptop computer. The man is described as Caucasian, between 20 and 30-years-old, described as having a long face with a dimple in his chin, wearing a green and orange pair of shorts and a light blue shirt.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote QP1700997608.
On June 9 at about 5.30am, a man entered the backyard of a residence on Leonie Street before entering the rear laundry door. The man was interrupted by the resident before fleeing on foot. The man was described as 6’2″ tall of proportionate build.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote QP1700999553.
Between June 10 and 13, a person has gained entry to a dwelling located on Windsor Place via the front unlocked door and stole a mobile phone and a set of house keys. On June 13 at 5.25pm two people have entered the unlocked sliding door below the residence and stolen a 72cm flat screen Dick Smith television.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote QP1701028082.
People are encouraged not to confront persons in the process of an offence and instead to contact Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Steal from vehicle
On June 8 a work utility was accessed in the rear yard of an address on Osborne Street. A tool bag full of tools were stolen from the rear canopy area. The tools consisted of Ozito brand battery operated tools and two work horses.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote QP1700993029.
In the early morning of June 9, a owner has discovered the contents of his vehicle scattered within the cabin area. An unknown person has accessed the closed but unlocked vehicle on Claverton Drive and performed an untidy search of the contents. It is unknown if anything was stolen.
A recent spate of breaking into vehicles has been identified around the Warroo Street area. Owners are encouraged to ensure their vehicles are locked and secure and no valuables are left within the vehicles.
Between June 7 and 14, seven traffic crashes were reported to police;
- Two were hit and run occurrences,
- Three were non-injury occurrences,
- One was public reported for insurance purposes, and
- One was a single vehicle traffic crash resulting in a passenger being injured.
The driver involved in the single vehicle traffic crash return an alleged reading of 0.204 per cent BAC and was later charged. A 33-year-old man will appear at Redcliffe Magistrates Court on June 20 in relation to the traffic crash and drink driving.
If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.
You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.