Police set up a random breath test station on Hogan St this morning.January 3, 2013 2:31pm
Constable Mark Eade, along with other Shepparton police, conducted a random breath test station in Tatura’s Hogan St.
Three officers from the Shepparton Highway Unit conducted a random breath test station in Tatura’s Hogan St this morning, much to the surprise of local motorists.
While its understood no motorists were booked, the police presence served as a warning that if you drink and drive you will be caught, no matter what time of the day it is.
A 15-year-old Tatura youth has been bailed to appear in the Shepparton Childrens’ Court on January 25, following a number of incidents at a Casey St Tatura residence.
Sergeant Darryl Phillips said the youth faces three charges of threat to kill, three charges of threat of serious injury, unlawful assault, criminal damage and use of a communications device (phone) to send threatening messages, following incidents at the home on December 24 and 25.
For a full report, see Tuesday's Tatura Guardian.
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