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Two youths were disturbed breaking into an Echuca property.

May 12, 2014 12:10pm

Two youths were disturbed breaking into an Echuca property about 3.40pm Friday.
They fled on foot and were arrested a short distance away.
One youth has been bailed to appear in a Children’s Court, with the other has been summonsed to appear at a later date.
■ A white Ford Falcon was stolen from a Crescent St property on Saturday about 3.50pm.
The car was unlocked and the keys were in the ignition.
■ A 20-year-old man will be without a car for 30 days after his unregistered car was impounded on Saturday.
The man was driving while disqualified and fled on foot when pulled over.
He has been summonsed to appear in Echuca Magistrates Court at a later date.
■ Border bail breach
A man who breached his bail conditions is due to appear in court again in July.
Deniliquin Senior Constable Peter Joice said at 11.10pm on May 6 Moama police stopped a vehicle being driven in an erratic manner.
He said the driver was on bail conditions and was not allowed to enter NSW unless visiting court or his lawyer.
‘‘His bail was breached and he was conveyed to Moama police station.’’
Sen. Constable Joice said the man’s bail was in relation to offences committed in Albury.
The man is due to appear in an Albury court on July 15.
■ Petrol fraud charges
A 24-year-old Moama man will appear in court later this month after twice failing to pay for petrol.
Deniliquin Senior Constable Peter Joice said the man filled his ute at a Moama service station and did not pay for it on April 29 and again on May 4.
He said on May 8 at 9.40am police stopped the man driving on Perricoota Rd.
Sen. Constable Joice said the man was charged with two counts of fraud (failing to pay for petrol), one count of driving an unregistered vehicle and one count of
displaying illegal number plates.
The man is due to appear in Moama Local Court on May 21.
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