Townsville Crime Summary, June 13
Stolen Property Recovered, Heatley
Townsville Rapid Action Patrol (RAP) police located two stolen motorcycles over the weekend.
Officers were investigating at a Heatley address when they recovered the two stolen motorcycles – a blue Yamaha which was stolen from an address in Bushland Beach on June 11 and a blue Yamaha which was stolen from an address in Brandon on June 11. March 29.
Both motorcycles were seized by police and the investigation is ongoing.
Drug Offences, Stuart
Police charged a woman with multiple drug offenses in Stuart on Saturday June 11.
At around 8.15am, police were on patrol in Stuart when they pulled over a Honda Accord on Southwood Road.
The police will allege that following a search of the vehicle, a quantity of drugs was located including 2.4 g of methamphetamine and 59 strips of Subutex.
Police estimate the value of the buprenorphine/subutex at over $20,000.
A 23-year-old Kirwan woman was charged with two counts of supplying dangerous drugs and two counts of possession of dangerous drugs.
She is due to appear in Townsville Magistrates Court on July 12.
Alcohol seized, Palm Island
Police seized and disposed of a large amount of alcohol on Palm Island over the weekend.
Palm Island is a restricted community where the maximum amount of alcohol a person can carry is 11.25 liters of alcohol with an alcohol concentration of less than four percent.
Officers were on patrol along Beach Street, Palm Island, where they intercepted a Holden Jackaroo towing a vessel.
Around midnight Friday, police conducted a search of the vessel which found a significant amount of alcohol.
Police estimate that the alcohol has a market value of $10,000 on the island.
The property was alienated under the Liquor Act 1992.
A 20-year-old Rasmussen woman has been charged with possession of a quantity of alcohol in a restricted area and is due in Palm Island Magistrates Court on June 28.
Premium drunk driving, Aitkenvale
Police were on patrol in the Aitkenvale area due to a street disturbance when they intercepted a Mazda BT-50 on Blair Court.
At around 5.20am on Sunday, a roadside breathalyzer test (RBT) was carried out, with the driver allegedly providing a positive sample at the roadside.
Further tests were carried out at Mundingburra Police Station, where police will allege the driver returned a positive reading of 0.189%.
An 18-year-old man from Cranbrook has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and is due in Townsville Magistrates Court on June 27.
If you have any information for the police, contact Policelink by providing information using the 24-hour online Suspicious Activity Form at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.
Report crime information anonymously through Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.
Quote these reference numbers: QP2200536306, QP2200976227, QP2200983663, QP2200984224, QP2200990152, QP2200991519.