Drivers nabbed, Mannum break-in: Police news

A police patrol allegedly recorded a BMW sedan travelling at 139km/h on the South Eastern Freeway, near Murray Bridge. Photo supplied by SA Police

A police patrol allegedly recorded a BMW sedan travelling at 139km/h on the South Eastern Freeway, near Murray Bridge. Photo supplied by SA Police

At about 4.35am on Tuesday, May 19, police patrols allegedly recorded a BMW sedan travelling at 139km/h on the South Eastern Freeway, near White Hill, Murray Bridge.

A 21-year-old Queensland man was issued with a $870 fine for exceeding the speed limit (110km/h) and lot five demerit points.

SA Police has been conducting numerous speed detection duties across the state.

Drug driver

A 42-year-old Tailem Bend woman driver, who had children in her car, has allegedly tested positive for THC during the SA Police's Operation Stop Drink Drug Drive.

The operation was conducted in the vicinity of school areas on Monday, May 18, during the peak drop off and pick up times of 8am-9am and 2.45pm-3.45pm.

Break-in at Mannum

Police are investigating an break-in and theft from a home in Mannum last week.

On Friday, May 15, a house on Adelaide Road was allegedly entered illegally between 1.30pm and 5pm, with suspects breaking a rear window and stealing an iPad with red case and a black mountain bike.

- Details: Anyone with information about the offence is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au