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Multiple offences, Innisfail
Police have charged two youths after reports of multiple occurrences in Innisfail on Thursday evening (May 27).
It will be alleged a Vincent youth has walked past a business on Edith Street at about 11.45pm and donkey kicked a front window, causing it to smash.
It will also be alleged the two youths then broke into a business on Edith Street at about 11.50pm, stealing alcohol.
Police will further allege that the youths then attended another business on Ernest Street at about 12.30am on Friday morning and smashed the front door.
A 16-year-old local boy is expected to appear in the Innisfail Children’s Court charged with one count each of attempted enter premises, carry exposed weapon in public, enter premises and wilful damage.
Another 16-year-old boy is expected to appear in the Townsville Children’s Court charged with two counts of wilful damage and one count each of attempted enter premises and enter premises and commit indictable offence.
Multiple offences, Wanga
Police have charged an Atherton man after a traffic intercept in Wangan on Friday afternoon (May 28).
The man was intercepted on Henderson Drive at about 5pm and it will be alleged police located a replica firearm along with a sword and balaclava in the vehicle.
It will also be alleged that a quantity of methylamphetamine and cannabis was also located in the vehicle as well as a large sum of money.
A 37-year-old man is expected to appear in the Innisfail Magistrates Court on June 21, charged with alleged one count each of possess tainted property, possess property suspected of being acquired from committing a drug offence, possession of house breaking instrument with intent to commit, possessing a knife in public place, possess dangerous drugs and possess dangerous drugs exceeding schedule 3.
Drink driving, Tully
At about 12.30am Saturday morning, police charged a 28-year-old an interstate man with high range drink driving following a traffic intercept.
It will be alleged the man was driving a white Toyota sedan on Hort Street when he was observed by police.
He was intercepted and required to provide a sample of breath for a roadside breath test.
It will be alleged the man returned a reading of 0.210 per cent BAC.
He was later charged with high range drink driving and is scheduled to appear at Tully Magistrates Court on June 17.
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