CRIME: These are the crimes committed in Cunnamulla this week.
CRIME: These are the crimes committed in Cunnamulla this week.

CRIME WRAP: Furniture thrown on road, headbutting, assaults

Headbutt causes nosebleed

A DOMESTIC incident has resulted in a nose bleed.

On January 13, police attended a Cunnamulla address where it is alleged that a man headbutted the woman, causing her nose to bleed.
The man was subsequently arrested and charged with contravening his domestic violence order and assault.

He was released on bail and is set to appear in Cunnamulla Magistrates Court on January 28.

Mailbox gets brunt of argument

ON January 15 police were called to a Cunnamulla address where a respondent in a domestic violence protection order is alleged to have damaged a mailbox during an argument.

He was subsequently issued a notice to appear in Cunnamulla Magistrates Court on February 24.

Assault charges laid after incident

A REPEAT assault has landed a man a court date.

On January 18, police received reports of a violent domestic incident having occurred in a Cunnamulla residence overnight.

The incident allegedly involved a male repeatedly assaulting a female as well as damaging her mobile phone.

Following investigations, the respondent party was arrested and charged with contravening his domestic violence order as well as assault and wilful damage.

He was released on bail to appear in Cunnamulla Magistrates Court on January 28.

Police would like to reiterate that there will be no tolerance regarding domestic violence within the community, and request community assistance in reporting or calling out bad behaviour.

If you or someone you know need support, please contact Police or Cunnamulla Strong Families, Strong Community for assistance.

Hotel furniture thrown on road

A HOTEL has been the latest victim of property damage.

On January 18, the Club Boutique Hotel on Louise St sustained damage to outdoor furniture after unknown persons threw them onto the roadway.

Anyone with information or knowledge of this offence are encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers or Cunnamulla Police.

Charleville Western Times

Severe weather warning issued for southwest Queensland

Severe weather warning issued for southwest Queensland

Heavy rainfall, damaging winds, and flooding are forecast.

Roads closed, highway traffic delayed due to flooding

Roads closed, highway traffic delayed due to flooding

Flooding around the southwest has closed roads and is causing delays

Paramedics called to patient caught in Dulacca floodwaters

premium_icon Paramedics called to patient caught in Dulacca floodwaters

Paramedics were called to a patient who had driven into floodwaters.