Multiple court notices issued in RBT/RDT operation

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On Tuesday, July 3, the Far South Coast Highway Patrol conducted a high-visibility Random Breath Test (RBT) and Random Drug Test (RDT) operation in Narooma.

A number of persons were identified, and subsequently issued with court notices after testing positive to illicit drugs in their systems.

Numerous others were issued tickets for unregistered and uninsured vehicles.

Police want to remind people that driving under the influence of illicit drugs is highly illegal, and there is a good chance of being stopped and tested by police.

Missing phone

At 9.30am on Saturday, July 7, a phone was allegedly stolen in Bermagui.

Police said unknown persons took a mobile phone near the Blue Pool while the owner was swimming.

Anyone with information should contact police.

Head-on collision

At 2.05pm on Saturday, July 7, a two-vehicle accident occurred on an unsealed road in Narooma.

A 19-year-old male was traveling on a motorcycle, when he had a head-on collision with another car.

The young man was taken to Bega Hospital with significant, but non-life-threatening injuries.

Missing number plate

At 2pm on Monday, July 2, unknown persons allegedly stole a number plate from a Holden Commodore parked outside Dalmeny IGA.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact police.

Firearm Amnesty

Police advise that the state-wide firearm amnesty will continue to run until the end of September.