Ten motorists were caught drink or drug driving today as part of an ongoing Operation called Stop Drink/Drug Drive.
Police remind vehicle owners to check their number plate security, following recent theft report.
Police are investigating a number of reports where rocks or objects have been thrown at vehicles and properties.Throwing objects is a crime police take very seriously, because it is not just stupid behaviour; it is extremely dangerous and as such can attract serious charges, including acts to endanger life and property damage.
As the Commissioner of the South Australia Police (SAPOL) I would like to take this opportunity to personally advise the community as to how SAPOL undertakes speed detection duties.
Operation Stop Drink/Drug Driving was conducted statewide today between 11am and 2pm.
Police are investigating a graffiti attack on a train in the southern suburbs overnight.
Detectives from the Special Crimes Investigation Branch today arrested a 43-year-old man from the southern suburbs for aggravated indecent assault and aggravated production of child exploitation material.
This Thursday (14 September), SA Police will shine a spotlight on lighting offences, including the inappropriate use of fog lamps, during our ongoing Traffic Thursday education campaign.
Following a fatal crash at Parafield on Sunday 20 August police launched Operation Halon, a task force responsible for investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Police have received a number of reports recently of break-ins on sheds and ask owners to take a few minutes to consider the security of sheds, garages and outbuildings: