A SINGLE-vehicle crash on Yowrie Road, Cobargo at 11pm on last Tuesday resulted in police locating the 30-year-old driver, who subsequently refused a roadside breath analysis.
The uninjured man from the Cobargo area was taken to the Narooma station where he allegedly became violent when being booked in to the cell.
One office was slightly injured in the scuffle where the man had to be restrained on the ground.
Police allege he continued to be aggressive and appeared intoxicated, so they transported to the Batemans Bay police station.
He could be facing various charges in relation to the accident and his behaviour.
Hand grenade located
POLICE at Bermagui called in the bomb squad when a hand grenade was located in a residence in the town on Wednesday.
The device was an older military-style rifle-mounted explosive brought back by a veteran as a wartime souvenir and had sat on a shelf in a shed for as long as 23 years.
A relative heard a news items about a school being evacuated after a hand grenade was brought in, so she thought she would contact local police for advice.
The Bermagui police officer attended and photographed the device, sending the image off for further evaluation, subsequently cordoning off the garage on Wallaga Lake Road where the device was located.
The defence force bomb squad arrived from Canberra on Thursday and removed the device, taking it back to its base for evaluation.
Police advise anyone who knows of any suspected unexploded ordinance not to touch the device but to contact their local police.
A WHITE Mitsubishi station wagon stolen from Bluewater Drive, Narooma between 9pm on Saturday and 3am on Sunday was found burning at nearby Bill Smyth Oval with the fire brigade required to put out the fire.
Anyone who saw any suspicious activity is asked to contact Narooma police.
POLICE acting in information about cannabis being grown visited a property on Hoyer Street, Cobargo where they located and pulled five cannabis plants.
A 45-year-old resident was issued a court attendance notice for cultivation and possessing paraphernalia.
Earlier in the day, they attended a property at Coolagolite on the Bermagui Cobargo Road where they located and pulled seven cannabis plants.
Police spoke to the residents and investigations continue.
POLICE were called to the van village caravan park on the Narooma Flat at 2.45am on Saturday when the owner of a vehicle was woken by the sound of smashing glass.
They disturbed someone described only as a dark figure running off and the rear window of their vehicle was smashed.
Police patrolled the area but did not locate anyone.
Around the same time, a thief lifted the canopy off the back of a utility in the adjacent caravan park on the Narooma Flat between 1am and 4am on Saturday stealing a Makita cordless drill.
A HOUSE on Tilba Street, Bermagui was burgled between January 14 and Friday with two chainsaws stolen.
THE owner of a Subaru wagon parked on Cresswick Parade, Narooma reported to police last week that their car was broken into on January 2 with items including their passport stolen.
SOMEONE between January 4 and 10 stole a 30-by-30cm solar panel from the front yard of a residence on Oyster Lane, Narooma.
A VICTORIAN tourist reported that their black iPhone was lost in the vicinity of the Wallaga Lake caravan park around 9am on Friday.
POLICE will be cracking down on jumping off bridges at both Narooma and Bermagui with violators facing fines of several hundred dollars.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.