Police report: Woman 4x over alcohol limit

At 10.20pm on Saturday, December 1, a 64-year-old Narooma woman was stopped for a random breath test on Hillcrest Avenue, North Narooma.

A subsequent breath test returned a positive reading for high-range drink driving.

The woman’s license was suspended, and she was issued with a court-attendance notice.

Multiple driving offences

At 8pm on Monday, December 3, a 23-year-old Bermagui man was reported to police for a number of driving incidents.

Further investigation led to the man being arrested and charged with numerous driving offences on Tuesday, December 4.

He was also charged with drug offences, and was given bail to appear at Narooma Local Court.

Exploding wheelie bin

At 10pm on Saturday, December 1, unknown person(s) set off a large fire work inside a council wheelie bin near the Bermagui War Memorial.

The bin was completely destroyed by the explosion, which was seen by numerous witnesses.

If you have any information regarding the incident, please contact Narooma police.

Woolworths theft

At 6.15pm on Thursday, November 29, an unknown person stole $24 worth of groceries from the Woolworths in Bermagui.

CCTV footage has been collected by police, and investigations are continuing.

Narooma fender bender

At 6pm on Saturday, December 1, a vehicle was reported to have collided with a blue Toyota in the carpark of the Narooma Kinema.

The offending car drove off without the owner leaving any insurance details.

If you witnessed the crash, or have any information, please contact Narooma police.

Medical vandalism

Sometime between 7pm on Sunday, December 2 and 7am on Monday, December 3, unknown person(s) caused damage to the Lighthouse Surgery and Maven Dental Clinic in Narooma.

If you have information regarding this incident, please contact Narooma police.

Scratched car

Sometime between 8am and 5pm on Monday, October 1, a black Audi was scratched by unknown persons on the Princes Highway in Cobargo.

If you witnessed the incident, or have any information, please contact Narooma police.

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