Narooma police investigate death
A REPORT is being prepared for the Coroner after the death of a 37-year-old female at Narooma on Monday, March 10.
About 10:30pm, emergency services were called to a commercial business on the Princes Highway, Narooma.
Police arrived to find the women suffering extensive apparent self-inflicted injuries. She subsequently died at the scene despite the efforts of paramedics and police.
A crime scene was established and this was examined by specialist forensic personnel.
There are no suspicious circumstances at this stage of the investigation.
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A PERSON was arrested for being drunk and disorderly on Dixon Street, Bermagui in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The person was taken to the Batemans Bay lock-up to spend the night.
A BREAK and enter took place at unit on Riverside Drive, Narooma with a mobile phone and cash reported stolen at 5.30pm Thursday.
IN good news an amount of cash reported stolen from the Bermagui Seaside Fair office on Saturday has now been found and it was simply misplaced.
A young girl was also reported to have stolen a wallet at the Bermagui Seaside Fair on Saturday but the wallet was returned to its owner and girl spoken to by police.
A 48-year-old local man was charged with low-range drink driving after he was stopped on Dalmeny Drive, Kianga at 2.15pm Thursday
A 38-year-old woman was also charged with low-range drink driving after being stopped on Barker Parade, Narooma at 8.40pm Saturday.
POLICE charged a male person with possession of cannabis after a car was stopped on Lamont Street, Bermagui at 6.50pm Saturday.
A SMALL scrub fire at Wallaga Lake was quickly extinguished by the local RFS brigade at 10.15am last Monday.
A CHARTER boat company reported to police that its pamphlets and display had been interfered with recently.
A WALLET with cash found at the Bermagui Fisherman’s Wharf on Saturday morning was returned to its owner later that day.
Another wallet found at the bus stop on the Princes Highway and Tilba Street, Narooma on Saturday morning was also returned to its owner.