A 63 year old Cooroy woman has been charged with serious drug offences after police executed a search warrant on a property situated at Black Mountain Rd, Black Mountain. During the search police located just on 200 cannabis plants and processed cannabis.
Obviously this amount is deemed not for personal use so the charges are serious and can involve jail time.
Please keep the flow of information coming through to the police station 07 5442 5030 or via Crimestoppers 1800 333000 if you want to remain anonymous.
All drug information is acted upon and is treated highly confidential.
Two juveniles and an adult have also been dealt with by police after being caught breaking and entering the Noosa District High School in Cooroy at the end of February.
A Security Guard disturbed the offenders inside a class room and apprehended one as he attempted to flee the scene with the other two offenders being tracked down by the Police Dog Squad and arrested a short distance away.
The road works site in Garnet st, Cooroy has been targeted by thieves on the weekend of the 26th to the 29th of February. Thieves have broken into an onsite shipping container used by workers to store power tools and equipment before leaving the scene.
Police believe that a large ute or truck was used as the amount of tools stolen.
Anyone with any information about this or other possible crimes, please contact the local Cooroy Police Station on 07 5442 5030
Sgt. Mal Scott
Cooroy Police Report March 2016