Goondiwindi Police capture two men after 'ute' theft

A regular column from the Goondiwindi Police.

Two Goondiwindi men have been charged with stealing from a utility in Callandoon Street on February 4.

The 16 year-old youth and 23 year-old man will appear at the next sitting of the Magistrate’s Court.

At 6.30am on February 7 Police executed a search warrant on  house in Jacaranda Drive.

Police located a number of clip seal bags containing methamphetamine and other drug related items.

Police have charged a 17 year-old woman, a 22 year -old man and a 38 year-old woman with drug offences.

At 9.34a.m. February 7 Police intercepted a vehicle along the Cunningham Highway traveling at 136kmph in a 100kph zone.

The 61 year-old American lady was issued with a $609 traffic infringement notice and lost six demerit points.

If you hold a current Queensland Drivers Licence and are interested in checking your demerit point balance, please feel free to use the online service available on the Queensland Transport website.

This link will also allow people to check their status of the Queensland Drivers licence and any classes/types of licence they hold.

https://www.service.transport.qld.gov.au/checkmydemeritpoints/public/Welcome.xhtml?dswid=6820

At  12.05am on February 8 Police intercepted a vehicle on Russell Street.

The 33 year-old man  was subjected to a roadside drug test which provided a positive result.

Police detained that male and transported him back to the Goondiwindi Station for further saliva analysis which proved another positive result.

At 2.45am on February 9 Police intercepted a vehicle on the Barwon Highway.

The 21 year-old man from NSW was driving whilst unlicensed.

On February 10, Police were conducting registration checks of vehicles along Marshall Street, Goondiwindi when at 7.07am they observed an unregistered car.

The driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

An 81 year-old man from Goondiwindi was issued with fined $808.

To report information on a crime you can fill out our online form or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

If the situation is urgent and requires police attendance call 000.

The Goondiwindi Police can be contacted on 4671 7777.