Police Scotland Lochgilphead: police reports for week to 17th September 2013

Theft of Quad Bike
Between 9pm on Tuesday 10th September and 3.45pm on Wednesday 11th September a Honda Quad Bike with black trims was stolen from a shed at a farm in Inveraray. Although there is nothing to substantiate a connection, a quad bike was stolen from a farm in Garelochhead on the 7th September.
Police are asking members of the public, particularly in remote areas to report any suspicious activity and if necessary to review security arrangements for such vehicles.

Drugs
At 00.10am on Saturday 14th September, police had cause to stop a car being driven by a 22 year old male. Subsequent enquiries found the male to be in possession of cannabis. A report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Disturbance
At 1am on Saturday 14th September police attended a flat in Peddie Bank, Lochgilphead after receiving reports of a disturbance. A 54 year old male was later arrested and charged with breach of the peace, assault, resist arrest, police assault and a drink driving offence.
Due to the nature of the incident, the male was detained in custody pending his court appearance.

At 7.35pm on Saturday 14th September police were called to a disturbance within the grounds to Inveraray Castle. Enquiries by police led to a 47 year old female being arrested and charged with assault, police assault, breach of the peace and possession of cannabis. A report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Housebreaking
Between 4pm on 7/9/13 and 4pm on 12/9/13 an attempt to break into a house in Glenburn Road, Ardrishaig was made with damage being found to window frames. No entry was gained and nothing stolen.
Enquiries are continuing.

Between 4pm on 12/9/13 and 12.30pm on 13/9/13 a house in Furnace was broken into and a quantity of cash and jewellery stolen.
Enquiries are continuing.

Between 2pm on 12/9/13 and midday on 13/9/13 a house in Tarbert was broken into and a quantity of jewellery stolen.
Enquiries are continuing.

If any member of the public has information in relation to the above, or to any incident, they can contact their local police office on telephone number 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800555111.

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