Narooma area police report | March 13

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Teens arrested – Two 15-year-old males were arrested at Wallaga Lake on Monday, March 12 in relation to a number of trespass and break and enter offences in the area in recent weeks.

An amount of property and cash relating the thefts was recovered.

One of the males was released under the Young Offenders Act but the second male was charged with six offences, having his bail refused until a court appearance on March 13.

Wallaga break-ins – Between March 6 and 7, an electric golf cart was stolen and three stored caravans were broken into at a Wallaga Lake caravan park. Police investigations continue.

Supply charge – Police in Narooma searched a 34-year-old Narooma woman at 11.30am on Friday, March 9 locating 10 plastic resealable bags containing a total of 4.08 grams of white powder believed to the drug ice and also located 1.2 grams of cannabis.

She was charged with possession and supplying a prohibited drug.

Unit fire – There was a small fire in a unit on Montague Street, Narooma at 2am on Tuesday, March 13 that appears to have been caused by a battery charger. The Narooma Fire and Rescue NSW brigade responded. There was only minor damage.

Alcohol theft – A male entered the bottle shop at the Narooma Plaza at 12.30pm on Monday, March 12 stealing two bottle of alcohol and running away.

Police have a number of leads in relation to his identity and expect to make an arrest shortly.

Cannabis detected – Police stopped a 57-year-old Narooma man on the Princes Highway, Narooma at 8.30am on Monday, March 12. He was searched and police located 7.5 grams of cannabis leaf, charging him with possession.

At 8.30am on Sunday, March 11, a 24-year-old Wollongong man was searched near Bluewater Drive, Narooma and found to be in possession of a small amount of cannabis leaf. He met the criteria for a cannabis caution.

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