While the wider community takes a break this long weekend, South Australia Police will be hard at work with an important focus on stopping the state’s growing road toll.
A vehicle licensing and defect operation held on the outskirts of Port Lincoln yesterday saw 57 drivers stopped by police in just over an hour, with seven vehicles issued with defect notices.
A Whyalla man has been charged with drink driving after blowing more than three times the legal limit.
Whyalla Police are investigating a break-in at the TAFE campus at Whyalla last week.
Detectives from the SA Police Major Crime Investigation Branch returned to Minlaton and the Yorke Peninsula area last week as part of an ongoing cold case campaign called Operation Persist.
Four people have been caught drug in Port Lincoln over the weekend.
Co-operative policing across national and international jurisdictions is leading to the rescue of hundreds of children from appalling abuse in South Australia and across the world.
A driver has been stopped by police three times today, but that still didn’t prevent him from crashing his car at Stanley Flat this afternoon.
The following recent drug driving offences were detected at Port Lincoln.
Cessation of a rail service transporting grain to Port Lincoln port this week will mean motorists on the Lower Eyre Peninsula face a greater chance of encountering heavy vehicles on the roads.