Narooma area police report | Aug. 9

File photo.
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Tyres slashed – All four tyres on a Toyota Hilux utility parked on Isabel Street, Narooma were slashed by unknown persons sometime between 11pm on Sunday, August 6 and 8.30am Monday morning. The owner heard a loud bandg at about midnight but it was a stormy night and they did not investigate. Anyone with information can contact Narooma police on 4476 2044 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Mid-range charge – A 25-year-old local man failed a roadside breath test after being stopped on Mort Avenue, Dalmeny at 10pm on Saturday, August 5. He recorded a reading of 0.117 back at the police station, where he was charged with mid-range drink driving and had his licence suspended.

Two-car accident – There was a two-car collision on the Princes Highway, Narooma near Glasshouse Rocks Road at 11.30am on Saturday, August 5. There were no injuries but one of the vehicles had to be towed from the scene.

Illegal lights – A 23-year-old man was stopped on the Princes Highway at Tilba Tilba at 3pm on Sunday, July 30 after police noticed he had illegal blue running lights on his Subaru vehicle. Police issued a defect notice for the vehicle.

Six-time over – A 50-year-old man was arrested near Bega on Sunday, August 6 after he allegedly blew more than six times the legal limit. The Tathra man was stopped on Tathra Road just before 3.30pm as part of Operation Southforce. He was arrested and taken to Bega Police Station where he underwent a breath analysis, which returned the high-range reading of 0.334. He will appear before Bega Local Court on Friday, September 15.

Firearms amnesty – Narooma police continue to collect unregistered firearms as part of the national firearms amnesty on until the end of September.