Police Beat: Bega district police report, February 9
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A NUMBER of cannabis plants were found in Tathra last week.
At 2.45pm on February 4, police attended a Tathra address and while there they were led to the rear yard by the occupant.
The occupant showed police a number of cannabis plants growing there.
A 37-year-old Tathra male was given a court attendance notice to attend Bega Local Court in March due to drug cultivation.
A MAN has been arrested for outstanding warrants.
About 8.10am on Sunday, a 42-year-old Nowra male was walking along the Princes Hwy, Wolumla, in a southerly direction.
After making further inquiries he was subsequently arrested due to four outstanding warrants.
He was not granted bail and was taken to Batemans Bay.
ON SATURDAY at 12am police were patrolling Gipps St, Bega, when they observed a 25-year-old male urinating against the Evershed Memorial Clock Tower outside the Commercial Hotel, Bega.
As a result he was issued with an offensive behaviour criminal infringement notice.
A CAR and caravan rolled on the Prince Hwy near Eden on Sunday, injuring the occupants and disrupting traffic for a short time.
At 10.30am on Sunday a 65-year-old Queensland resident was driving his vehicle towing a dual-axle caravan in a southerly direction along the Princes Hwy towards Eden.
When he was near Bellbird Creek, he observed and felt the attached caravan begin to track side to side across the single south-bound lane.
The tracking of the caravan increased over a very short period of time, causing the vehicle to roll.
The attached caravan remained hitched to vehicle.
Police, Ambulance and other emergency services attended the site.
The passenger of the vehicle was taken to Bega Hospital and then transferred to Canberra Hospital for treatment to lacerations sustained to her left hand.
The driver was breath tested with no alcohol present.
AT 1AM on Sunday a 34-year-old Bega male was stopped for a random breath test, which proved positive.
He was taken to Bega Police Station where he was charged with high-range PCA and his licence was suspended.
He is due to attend Bega Local Court in March.
ON SATURDAY at 1am a 31-year-old Pambula male was stopped while travelling south on Mitchell St, Eden, for a random breath test.
He was subjected to a road side breath test for alcohol, which returned a positive alcohol reading.
He was arrested and conveyed to Eden Police Station.
He submitted to a breath analysis that returned a positive result for alcohol and was charged with mid-range PCA and will attend Eden Local Court in March.
His licence was also suspended.
A 68-YEAR-OLD Pambula male has been charged with low-range drink driving.
At 8.35pm on February 4 the man was stopped for a random breath test, which proved positive.
He was taken to Merimbula Police Station where he was charged with low-range and is due to attend Bega Local Court in March.
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