About 12.10am on Saturday, June 9, police were called to a Narooma address where several people were reported yelling.
A 52-year-old male and a 49-year-old female were issued infringement notices for offensive language.
Public phones damaged
Unknown persons have caused damage to public phones in Narooma during the night of June 9 and 10.
Two phones were damaged during the night, one at the Narooma Plaza and one at Matilda’s service station.
Please contact Narooma Police if you have any information regarding the events.
Driver fails to stop at RBT
Batemans Bay police are investigating after a male driver allegedly failed to stop at an RBT, evaded police and crashed his car in Batehaven on Monday night.
Police said officers were conducting RBT on Beach Road near Pacific Street just after 8pm on Monday, June 11, when a driver failed to comply with police direction.
Police allege the driver continued towards Pacific Street and accelerated harshly towards the Bavarde Avenue intersection. Officers packed up the RBT site and attempted to flag down the driver, but lost sight of the vehicle.
A short time later, police located the vehicle on the opposite side of Beach Road, just south of the Hanging Rock intersection, blocking one lane of traffic. Police said it appeared the vehicle had crossed a concrete median strip, causing damage and a flat tyre.
Police allege the occupants fled the vehicle, which was later towed from the scene.
Officers spoke to witnesses and later identified an alleged female occupant of the car.
Police are now investigating the driver and owner of the vehicle.
Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact Batemans Bay Police on 4472 0099.
Police investigate golf course fire
An investigation is underway after a man was found seriously injured in Eden last month.
Police were called to a country club on the Princes Highway on the morning of Friday, May 25 after reports of a fire on the golf course. Police said a 62-year-old man suffering significant burns was found nearby.
The cause of the fire, or whether the incident is suspicious, isn’t yet known and investigators are appealing for public assistance. Contact Bega Police on 6492 9999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.