Police Scotland, Lochgilphead – police reports for week to 2nd July 2013

Theft of Fuel
Between 00.01am on Friday 7th June and 11.59pm on Sunday 30th June a quantity of kerosene oil was stolen from a fuel tank near to The Byre, Tayvallich.
If any person has any information or indeed witnessed anything suspicious, they can contact the police on telephone number 101.

Theft of  Medicine Balls
Between 8pm on Monday 27th May and 5.30pm on Monday 1st July a 2lb red medicine ball and a 9lb yellow and black medicine ball were stolen from within the Village Hall, Tarbert.
If any person has any information or indeed witnessed anything suspicious, they can contact the police on telephone number 101.

Drug Offences
At 7.20pm on Friday 28th June, police were on foot patrol within the grounds of the Resource Centre, Whitegates Road, when they came across a 20 year old male allegedly smoking cannabis.
A report has been sent to the Procurator Fiscal.

At 7.23pm on Friday 28th June police attended a house in Tarbert in possession of a drugs search warrant. Entry was gained to the property and a search commenced resulting in a 54 year old male being arrested for a drugs offence and being detained in custody to appear at court on Monday 1st July at which time he was released on Bail pending his next court appearance.
A police drugs search dog was also at the property during the search however was not required.

At 4.40pm on Monday 1st July police attended at a property in Lochnell Street, Lochgilphead in possession of a drugs search warrant. Entry was gained and a search commenced which resulted in an 18 year old male being reported to the Procurator Fiscal for a drugs offence.

Sheep Worrying
At 11am on Saturday 29th June within fields near to Tarbert Castle, a Labrador dog was seen to be worrying sheep and attacking a lamb which subsequently died as a result if the incident.
The 53 year old male owner of the dog has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

Fatal Road Collision
About 4pm on the A83, approximately 2 miles north of Inveraray, an fatal road collision occurred whereby a 67 year old male, named as Stewart Cattanach from Dumbarton, died after he came off his bike. No other vehicle was involved.
Police and an ambulance crew attended the scene but Mr Cattanach was pronounced dead at the scene.
The A83 was closed during this time, and reopened about 10pm.

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