Officers on hop with offenders over weekend
POLICE across the region have been kept busy over the past week, with everything from teenage parties to lewd behaviour in public.
At about 5pm last Thursday, a 50-year-old Warwick man was arrested for indecency in Jackie Howe Park.
An off-duty police officer noticed the man behaving suspiciously while talking on his phone. He was charged with performing indecent acts in public and will appear in court later this month.
On Friday afternoon police officers carried out a drug raid in the Rose City, which led to the arrest of a 35-year-old man.
He was charged with possessing marijuana and drug utensils and will face court at a later date.
In another drug-related incident, an 18-year-old woman was ordered to undergo drug counselling after she was found in possession of a drug utensil at the weekend.
Police found the item on the Warwick woman while she was walking in Albert St on Saturday night.
A Warwick teenager has been charged with break and entry after the theft of electrical goods from a Locke St residence.
The 18-year-old allegedly forced his way into the home last Friday evening before getting away with a number of items.
The property had not been recovered, but the man was expected to face the magistrate next month.
Warwick Police officer-in-charge Stewart Day is reminding parents to monitor their children's movements, after a large number of teenagers were found at an unsupervised party at the weekend.
Police were called to the Warwick residence at about 10pm, but on arrival were refused entry and had to force their way into the home.
Officers allegedly found property related to a break-in and an 18-year-old man was charged with possessing tainted property.
Snr Sgt Day said a large number of teenagers were also in possession of alcohol and were dealt with under the Juvenile Justice Act.
"Police are urging parents to make sure they know where their teenage children are on the weekends and ensure they are supervised," he said.
A 30-year-old Warwick man is a due to face court later this month, after he was allegedly nabbed driving with more than twice the legal alcohol limit.
Snr Sgt Day said the man was intercepted while driving along Briggs St on Friday night.
It is alleged the man had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.109.
A Warwick woman was left with injuries to her wrist and without a car after two vehicles collided at the intersection of Wood and Albion Sts yesterday morning.
Emergency services attended the scene at 6.45am.
The 21-year-old Mudgeeraba man driving the second vehicle was issued with an infringement notice for failing to give way to oncoming traffic.
The woman's vehicle was written off.