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Seymour shop raided

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March 23, 2018

Police have executed another search warrant at a gift and accessories shop in Station St, Seymour, where illegal tobacco was allegedly seized.

Police have executed another search warrant at a gift and accessories shop in Station St, Seymour, where illegal tobacco was allegedly seized.

Police attended at the shop about 3.30pm on Friday, March 16 and spoke with the shop attendant, and a large amount of cash was seized.

A 51-year-old Seymour woman is expected to be charged on summons with dealing with the proceeds of crime.

Ice possession

The night shift patrol checked a 17-year-old Seymour youth who was walking along Seymour-Tooborac Rd, Seymour, about 5am on Wednesday, March 14.

He was allegedly found to be carrying a knife and an amount of ice. He is expected to be charged on summons with possession of a controlled weapon and possession of methylamphetamine.

Taser and ice found

A 29-year-old Shepparton man has been charged after police spoke with him near Lions Park, Seymour.

He was driving along Manners St about 1.30am on Wednesday, March 14, when police intercepted him and searched his car.

A taser and an amount of ice was allegedly found in the car.

Ammunition discovered

A search warrant was executed at a house in Anzac Ave, Seymour, recently where it is alleged a quantity of cartridge ammunition and a railway signal light, believed to have been stolen, were found.

A 46-year-old Seymour man has been charged with handling stolen goods and possession of ammunition without a licence.

Residential fire

Emergency services were called to Hanna St, Seymour, about 10.30am on Tuesday, March 13, after receiving reports of a fire in a residential yard.

It is believed a fire had been started in a 200litre drum, and the sparks then ignited dry vegetation nearby.

The fire was quickly extinguished, and a 67-year-old Nagambie man is expected to be charged on summons with lighting a fire during a fire danger period without a permit and not having the appropriate water and firefighting equipment.

Car crash

Seymour Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of a single-vehicle collision that occurred on Goulburn Valley Hwy, Whiteheads Creek, about 1.25pm on Thursday, March 15.

A Hyundai was travelling east when it has failed to take a slight right-hand bend, ran off the road to the left and struck a tree.

The driver from Kinglake, aged 66, was taken to Northern Hospital suffering minor injuries.

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