Driving while suspended
A 26-year-old Pambula man will face court in April after being charged at 7.30am on Sunday, February 17 with driving while suspended.
The arrest occurred as a result of reported aggressive behaviour where a licence plate number was supplied to police. Following subsequent police enquiries the Pambula man was arrested and charged.
$1650 night out
A 19-year-old Fishpen man’s drinking habits have cost him dear. The man picked up $1650 in fines after he failed to leave the Lakeview Hotel when asked to do so at 11.30pm on Saturday, February 23.
Police were called to the scene and were present when the man re-entered the grounds of the hotel on two further occasions. The man was fined $550 for each time he failed to leave the hotel and its grounds.
A 21-year-old Eden woman was also fined $550 after failing to leave the Lakeview Hotel when asked on Thursday, February 21 at 10.50pm.
A 19-year-old Eden man and 19-year-old ACT man received fines of $300 for offensive behaviour when they were caught by patrolling police involved in a fight on Main Street, Merimbula at 1.20am on Sunday, February 24.
A 19-year-old Merimbula man will face Bega Local Court in relation to a domestic incident which took place at Mirador recently.
The man has damaged the premises by punching walls and made threats to family members. Apprehended Violence Orders are in place restricting the man’s movements.
A mobile phone has been found in Sapphire Crescent at the top of Merimbula Drive and was handed in to police on Monday, February 25.
Anyone who has lost a mobile phone and can prove this one belongs to them should contact Merimbula Police on 6495 1366.
Cash and phones stolen
At about 10pm on Saturday, February 9, two phones and cash were stolen from a table in a hotel in Pambula. The matter has been reported to Merimbula Police who are investigating the incident. Any information can be reported to police on 6495 1366 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000.
Park the right way
Sergeant Cliff Scarlett of Merimbula Police has said that police have noticed a worrying trend of people parking facing the wrong way outside their homes.
He said that police are offering a reminder to everyone to ensure they park correctly on public roads for the safety of all road users.