A 23-year-old Dalmeny man had an accident on his dirt bike while riding on Wagonga Scenic Drive in wet conditions on October 11.
Police were informed of the accident on October 18 after the man received advice from the insurance company to report it.
He told police his bike slid out on the slippery bridge in the vicinity of Cobra, crashed and suffered broken bone in his foot that was treated at Moruya hospital.
POLICE have identified the youths involved with the stealing of a folding bicycle stolen from the caravan park on the Narooma Flat in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The bike was located abandoned on the front yard of a house in North Narooma and was returned to its owner who did not want further action.
BERMAGUI police stopped a car on Wapengo Street at 8.30pm on Saturday for a random breath test with the 41-year-old female driving failing the test and later charged with low-range drink driving.
Later that night at 12.50am, a 61-year-old Bermagui female was stopped on Lamont Street also failing the test, later recording a reading of 0.101 and who was charged with mid-range drink driving.
SOMEONE kicked and damaged the window at the entrance to the Narooma police station between 2.30am and 9am on Sunday.
On the same night between 1am and 2am, unknown persons threw a rock at small sculpture in a fish pond at a motel on the Princes Highway, Narooma.
POLICE conducting a roadside breath tests near Riverside Drive, Narooma stopped a car being driven by a 25-year-old ACT man and smelled cannabis.
He admitted having cannabis and was given a court attendance notice to Narooma court for possession.
A STUDENT had an iPhone 4S stolen from her bag at Narooma High School at around 3pm on Friday.
A FENCE panel was stolen from a Marine Drive, Narooma residence overnight last Tuesday.
THE roadside speed camera was at the southern end of the Narooma Bridge on Monday afternoon snapping speeding southbound motorists. There were the two warning signs as required.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.