Russell Island Police are investigating burglaries that occurred between November 19 and November 20 in Stock Street, Russell Island. Anyone with information is urged to contact police and quote QP2002397452.
Police are also investigating a wilful damage complaint from a Cutter Street address. QP2002394474 refers.
Police are investigating a stolen front vehicle registration plate from a vehicle in Leichhardt Terrace, Russell Island on November 3. QP2002271878 refers.
A 40-year-old Russell Island woman was charged for alleged enter premises and commit indictable offence by break, possess dangerous drugs, possess property suspected of having been used in connection with the commission of a drug offence, driving unregistered and uninsured vehicle and issued a notice to appear in the Cleveland Magistrate on December 15.
A 32-year-old Lamb Island man has been charged with alleged possess weapon, possess dangerous drugs and possess utensil and is due to appear in the Cleveland Magistrates Court on December 8.
Good Order offences
On November 3, a 44-year-old Russell Island man was charged for alleged assault, public nuisance and obstruct police and was issued a Notice to appear to attend Cleveland Magistrates Court on December 15.
A 65-year-old Russell Island man was issued a notice to appear for alleged breach of duty of care of an animal after he allegedly left his dogs in a hot vehicle. He is set to appear before the Cleveland Magistrates Court on December 8.
Domestic violence: Russell Island Police have investigated 10 domestic violence incidents during November.
In an emergency call the police on Triple Zero (000).
- DVConnect Womensline
Phone: 1800 811 811 (24 hours, 7 days a week)
- DVConnect Mensline
Phone: 1800 600 636 (9am to midnight, 7 days a week)
- Kids Helpline
Phone: 1800 55 1800 (24 hours, 7 days per week)
Phone: 13 11 14 (24 hour Crisis Counselling Line)
On November 5, a 44-year-old woman was charged for alleged unlicensed driving and issued a Notice to Appear to appear before the Cleveland Magistrate on December 7.
Russell Island Police issued six infringement notices for offences of speeding and parking.
The Russell Island Police Station is open Friday mornings between 9am and 12pm if residents need to attend for non-urgent matters.
Russell Island Police urge all residents to secure their houses and vehicles when not at home and to report any suspicious behaviour.
Police urge responsible animal owners to ensure that no animals are left in hot or unattended vehicles.
To follow the Russell Island Crime wrap, go to www.mypolice.qld.gov.au/Bayside and register to receive notifications.
Quote these reference numbers: QP2002271878, QP2002394474, QP2002397452 within the online suspicious activity form.