Police files 19.09.19

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About midnight on Thursday September 12, a woman aged 34 was stopped by police while driving in Soroba Road, Oban. The woman provided a positive breath test, was arrested and detained in custody pending her appearance at Oban Sheriff Court.

About 9.30pm on Sunday September 15, a man aged 55 was stopped while driving in Corran Esplanade, Oban. The man provided a positive breath test, was arrested and detained in custody pending his appearance at Oban Sheriff Court.

About 10.45am on Friday September 13, a woman aged 51 was stopped after driving her vehicle at Baugh, Tiree. She provided a positive breath test, was
arrested and later released on an undertaking to appear at Oban Sheriff Court at a later date.

About 10.50pm on Sunday September 15, a car was stolen from a property in
Connel. Men aged 25 and 27 were traced in connection with the incident and the driver allegedly provided a positive breath test. Both males were arrested and released on an undertaking to appear at court at a later date.

On Saturday September 7, police received a report of fraud whereby a woman paid for a flat deposit via Gumtree but received no further contact from the seller.

About 11.45pm on Thursday September 12, a 29-year-old man breached bail
conditions set at Oban Sheriff Court on September 11. He was arrested and held in custody pending his appearance at court.

About 10.20am on Friday September 13, police received a report of a male heavily under the influence of drugs on a service bus in Dunollie. A 43-year-old man was found to be in possession of controlled drugs and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

On Friday September 6, a Mitre saw was stolen from the island of Luing.

About 2.30pm on Friday September 13, a minor vehicle collision occurred on the B845 near Taynuilt. One of drivers had left the scene but was traced nearby whereby he threatened officers with a kitchen knife. The 44-year-old man was disarmed and arrested and held in custody pending his appearance at Oban Sheriff Court.

About 8.30pm on Friday September 13, a 58-year-old man verbally abused
another male in Lynn Road, Oban. The man was traced issued with a
recorded police warning

About 8.40pm on Friday September 13, a man was stopped by police heavily under the influence of alcohol or drugs at Alma Crescent, Oban, where he behaved in an abusive and threatening manner towards officers. The 24-year-old was arrested and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

About 12.15am on Saturday September 14, a disturbance took place in Stevenson Street after which a 25-year-old man was traced and arrested. A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

About 2.15am on Saturday September 14, a man was assaulted in George Street, Oban. Officers traced the 22-year-old responsible. He continued to behave in an abusive manner and was arrested. A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.

On Friday September 13 a vehicle collision allegedly occurred in the car park of a hotel on the Isle of Tiree when a minibus was damaged by another vehicle.

About 11.15pm on Saturday September 14, a disturbance took place at Arbreknish, Loch Awe. A 22-year-old man and a 37-year -old man were traced and arrested, and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

About 10.50pm on Sunday September 15, a car was stolen from a property in
Connel. Men aged 25 and 27 were traced in connection with the incident and the driver provided a positive breath test. Both were arrested and released on an undertaking to appear at court at a later date.

If anyone has information in relation to any incident, they can contact police on 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.