Narooma area police report | Feb. 15

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Outboard missing – A black outboard motor went missing after the owner removed it from his boat and set it down at the Apex Park boat ramp at 6.30am last Tuesday. When returning from retrieving his boat, the motor was missing. Police would like to talk to anyone who may have found the motor or seen anyone take it.

Bridge accident – A 36-year-old Dalmeny woman was stopped on Centenary Drive, Narooma near the boat ramp at 10pm last Wednesday after allegedly being involved in a minor accident at the Narooma Bridge a short time beforehand. She failed a roadside breath test and later recorded a reading of 0.124 being charged with mid-range drink driving. A search of her purse back at the station also revealed a small amount of cannabis for which she was charged with possession.

Mid-range driver – Bermagui police stopped a 60-year-old man at 5pm last Monday who failed a roadside breath test, later recording a reading of 0.081, which resulted in him being charged with mid-range drink driving. He was also found to be driving without a license.

Kings Hwy crash – A man and his children are in Sydney hospitals following a horror accident on the Kings Highway near Nelligen on Saturday. The man, aged 40, remained in a critical condition on Monday after he was airlifted to Westmead Hospital after the crash. Two of the three children, aged two and seven, were airlifted to the Children’s Hospital at Westmead in a critical condition. A third child and a woman were treated at Batemans Bay. 

Credit warning – A Narooma man was called by his bank after scammers overseas attempted to access his credit card. He is urging everyone to block foreign transactions as a protection against overseas scammers.

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