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20/03/2019 Posted by admin

Police BriefsWoman almost six times over limitA pregnant Moss Vale womanreturned a breath-test reading almost six times the legal limit at Burradoo about 4am on January 15.
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The 33-year-old driver was arrested and taken to Bowral Police Station where abreath analysis testreturned an allegedreading of 0.281.

Checks revealed the woman’s driver’s licence had been cancelled in 2007.

She wascharged with high-range PCA, and driving while cancelled.She was given conditional bail to appear at Moss Vale Local Court on February 21.

Mittagong car crashA driver was taken to Bowral hospitalwith suspected neck injuries after a two-car crash on the Old Hume Highway at Mittagong.

Mittagong Fire and Rescue captain Gerry Conway said crews were called about 11.20am on January 15, when avehicle was hit from behind by another at Ferguson.

Police, Fire and Rescue and Ambulance NSW attended.

Alarge oil spill was cleared and other passengers were taken to hospital as a precaution.

Drug supply at Goulburn prisonA man has been charged after allegedly trying to take drugs into Goulburn Correctional Centre.

A 37-year-old man visited the prisonwith two women, aged 26 and 19, to see an inmate. Police were called on the suspicion the trio was in possession of prohibited substances.

Officersallegedly foundcrystal methamphetamineand tobacco on the man and tobacco on the 26-year-old woman.

Police searched a vehicle in the car park, and seized more ice, cash and documents suspected to be stolen.

Police arrested the man and the 26-year-old woman and took them to Goulburn Police Station. The man was charged with possessing and supplying a prohibited drug, attempting to deliver an item to an inmate without authority and two counts of goods in custody.

He was refused bail and appeared at Goulburn Local Court on January 16. The 26-year-old woman is expected to be issued a Future Court Attendance Notice for attempting to deliver an item to an inmate without authority.

Car crashes into tree at Sutton Forest

A man was taken to Bowral Hospital after his Volvo station wagon hit a tree in Sutton Forest.

About 2.15pm on Friday, January 13 the 68-year-old man from Potts Point was travelling north along Exeter Road when his car left the road.

Police and NSW Ambulance officers attended the scene.

He sustained head, arm and leg injuries in the crash and was taken to hospital for treatment after being assessed by paramedics at the scene.

Police inquiries will continue into the incident.

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