A SPECIALIST multi-agency team has been formed to target the supply and distribution of methylamphetamine in the Riverland and across the state to reduce the illegal drug’s significant and “often tragic impact” on local communities.
RIVERLAND police have issued a warning about a scam using Facebook Messenger after an elderly local resident lost a significant amount of money recently.
TWO men were arrested at Berri’s river front last Friday night following a brawl involving a group of people.
THREE more local drivers tested positive to methylamphetamine over the weekend as part of a targeted drug testing operation by Riverland police.
A BERRI automotive business suffered an estimated $80,000 damage yesterday when a fire was sparked by a forklift operating at the workshop.
A LOXTON man is among three commercial fishers fined more than $10,000 recently for illegally fishing in the Riverland
SA POLICE are warning Riverlanders about a recent scam involving unsolicited text messages.
A WINKIE house fire early Wednesday morning caused about $80,000 damage and ignited an asbestos danger to local firefighters.