SUNDAY, Oct eleven
Place of work Dying IN THE BAROSSA
A man has died in a place of work incident at Daveyston.
Crisis services rushed to a mill on the Sturt Highway about ten.30am on Sunday in reaction to stories of a place of work incident.
A 35-year-old Penrice man died at the scene.
SafeWork SA have been advised of the incident.
Law enforcement will prepare a report for the coroner.
Man ARRESTED More than STOLEN Vehicle
A lady has assisted police find a thief who stole her car at Fulham Gardens by offering tracking info from her cellular cell phone which was in the automobile.
The lady referred to as police at about eleven.50am on Sunday to report that her Mazda station wagon experienced been taken from a shopping centre on Tapleys Hill Rd.
She experienced been working at a store in the complex when a man allegedly entered by means of rear doorway of the keep and stole her purse, which contained the keys to her car.
He then allegedly left in the woman’s car.
“The lady instantly alerted police and was equipped to supply tracking info to attending patrols via her cellular cell phone which was in just the stolen purse,” a police spokesman reported.
The automobile was tracked along Valetta and Frogmore roadways until it came to a halt on Grange Rd.
“Patrols uncovered the car stationary and unoccupied in a carpark on Grange Road but uncovered the suspect return to the automobile exactly where he was immediately arrested,” the police spokesman reported.
A 37-year-old Milang man is remaining interviewed by police and is anticipated to be charged with significant criminal trespass, unlawful use of a motor automobile and theft.
Function SHUT DOWN
A personal function at Payneham was shut down on Saturday evening soon after police recognized various breaches of COVID-19 policies.
Law enforcement were sent to a group centre on Henry St just soon after 8pm soon after receiving stories of men and women breaching coronavirus limitations.
Officers recognized many breaches and shut down the party.
It is comprehended the breaches relevant to the quantity of men and women at the function and social distancing.
Law enforcement are continuing to investigate the incident but expect to situation a good later on now.
SPATE OF Vehicle FIRES
Law enforcement believe arsonists are accountable for a spate of car fires in Adelaide’s north and south in the early several hours of Sunday morning.
A Holden sedan was destroyed by fire at a residence on Angle Vale Rd, Penfield Gardens about 4am.
At four.15am ,a Toyota van and tree were on fire in entrance of a home on Yorke Avenue, Clovelly Park.
The van was destroyed in the incident.
About 15 minutes later on, a Holden SUV that experienced been stolen from a Salisbury East residence before in the evening went up in flames in Jubilee Park, of Whitford Rd, Hillbank.
It too was destroyed.
Law enforcement questioned any person with info about any of the blazes to contact Criminal offense Stoppers on 1800 333 000.