November 14, 2017
A fire which destroyed a house in Hamilton Road, South Nanango, on November 6 has been ruled to be not suspicious.
Investigators from the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service were called to inspect the ruined building after firefighters could not determine what sparked the blaze.
However, police and fire investigators have determined the cause of the fire to be non-suspicious and investigations are now finalised.
Last Wednesday, emergency services were called to a two-vehicle traffic crash at the intersection of the D’Aguilar Highway and Nanango-Tarong Road, Nanango, about 4:00am.
Investigations as to the cause of the crash are continuing.
Also last week, police pulled over a vehicle on Burnett Street, Nanango.
A 17-year-old Kingaroy man was issued a notice to appear in the Nanango Magistrates Court on December 23 for unlicenced driving.
On Friday, Nanango Police were called to a single vehicle crash on Old Esk North Road at Nanango.
No one was injured in the incident however police located a drug utensil at the scene and a 17-year-old male was offered the opportunity to take part in the Drug Diversion Program.
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On Saturday, Nanango police attempted to stop a blue Holden Commodore on Nanango-Brooklands Road, Nanango, about 2:15pm but the vehicle allegedly evaded police.
On Sunday, a 22-year-old male Nanango man was arrested in relation to this incident and will face four charges: fail to stop motor vehicle, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, driving while disqualified and possessing a drug utensil.
He is due to appear in Nanango Magistrates Court on December 7.
Between November 9 at 2:00pm and November 12 at 6:00pm, unknown persons gained entry to a house on Kingaroy-Cooyar Road at Tarong.
Investigations are continuing.
Three drivers pulled over by police in separate incidents in Nanango over the past few days have received notices to appear in Nanango Magistrates Court on December 7:
[Information from Senior-Constable Marcus Hooper]