IN BRIEF: Stolen fuel, drugs seized, break and enters

OFFICERS from Murgon and Cherbourg responded to a variety of incidents between December 28 and January 4, within the Murgon, Cherbourg and Wondai police divisions.

These incidents included drug offences, traffic offences and property offences.

During this time, police also attended nine calls related to domestic violence incidents, issued seven fines for life-endangering traffic offences and performed 78 roadside breath tests.

Drug items found

On December 30 at 3pm, police attended an address on Jerome St, Cherbourg, and allegedly found drug items.

A 20-year-old Cherbourg woman will appear in Cherbourg Magistrates Court on January 23, charged with possessing used utensils.

Stolen fuel

At 1.15pm on December 30, an unknown woman attended a Lamb St business in Murgon, and fuelled up her vehicle.

The woman left the fuel station and allegedly made no attempt to pay for the fuel.

Investigations are continuing.

Break and enter

Unknown offenders entered a residence through a window on Baynes St, Wondai, between 12.30am and 4.45am on December 30.

The offenders removed car keys and allegedly stole a Toyota Prado.

The car was later found, and police are investigating the incident.

Drink driving

Police pulled over a Holden Commodore on Haly St, Wondai, on January 3 at 10.20pm, for a roadside breath test.

The driver, a 25-year-old Wondai man, allegedly returned a positive result.

He will appear in the Murgon Magistrates Court on January 22, charged with driving over the general alcohol limit.

Disqualified driver

At 6.45pm on January 4, police pulled over a Mitsubishi Pajero on Broadway St, Cherbourg.

Checks revealed the driver, a 25-year-old Cherbourg man, was disqualified at the time.

The man will appear in the Cherbourg Magistrates Court on January 23, charged with unlicensed driving.

Business robbed

Between 5pm on January 4 and 8.30am on January 5, unknown offenders gained entry through a roller door to a business on Lamb St, Murgon.

The offenders removed a small quantity of money before taking off.

Police are continuing to investigate.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 13 14 44 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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