Operation Toad shakes up the trouble spots

POLICE blitzed sections of the Shoalhaven on Saturday evening as 27 officers took to the streets during Operation Shoal Toad.The operation on Friday and Saturday nights focused on events in the Shoalhaven’s towns and villages after dark, starting with a drug detection dog being taken into licensed premises in the Nowra and Huskisson areas on Friday night.A general purpose dog was deployed with officers in Saturday evening, when officers blitzed areas around Bomaderry, East Nowra and Sanctuary Point.As officers turned their attention to anyone and everyone they set up random breath testing, issued traffic infringement notices and spoke to anyone out on the streets.Later in the night the focus switched to the Nowra central business district, with police again spending time visiting licensed venues.Over the two nights 23 licensed premises were inspected and 20 people were searched, as were two vehicles.During 260 random breath tests four people were charged with drink-driving, and another was charged with driving under the influence.In addition 12 people were charged with a range of offences including three for possessing prohibited drugs and street offences, 21 traffic infringements were issued and a group was forced to move on.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲培训学校.