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Youth Charged Over Break-In

Filed under Breaking News, Latest News, Police

February 13, 2020

A 17-year-old Cherbourg youth is being dealt with under the Youth Justice Act after a break-in at Wondai.

Police allege that at sometime between 8:00pm on February 5 and 4:00am on February 6, the youth gained access to a home in McIlhatton Street, Wondai, by unknown means.

Various personal items were allegedly stolen.

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Property

  • February 4 – Between 8:00am and 2:00pm, unknown offenders attended a residence in Wilson Street, Murgon, and damaged a screen door to gain access to house. No items were reported stolen.
  • February 5 – About 11:20pm, a rock was thrown at a vehicle travelling in Barber Street, Cherbourg, smashing a window.
  • February 9 – About 2:00pm, a rock was thrown through a window of a house in Barber Street, Cherbourg. A 13-year-old boy is being dealt with under the Youth Justice Act.

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Drugs

  • A 38-year-old Cherbourg woman will appear in Cherbourg Magistrates Court on March 11 charged with possessing dangerous drugs after police searched a house in Barber Street, Cherbourg, about 2:30pm on February 6.

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Traffic

  • A 21-year-old Murgon man will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court on March 3 charged with unlicensed driving after police intercepted a vehicle in Thorn Street, Murgon, about 10:30pm on February 7.
  • A 29-year-old Cherbourg man will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court on March 10 charged with unlicensed driving after police stopped a vehicle in Collins Road, Cherbourg, about 2.50pm on February 8.
  • A 69-year-old Murgon man will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court on March 3 charged with drink-driving after police pulled over a vehicle in Lamb Street, Murgon, about 6:00pm on February 9 for a roadside breath test.

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Murgon, Cherbourg and Wondai Police responded to a variety of incidents between February 4-11 including drug, traffic and property offences. They also attended 20 calls related to domestic violence, issued 14 infringement notices for life-endangering traffic offences and performed 150 roadside breath tests.


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