Man in custody after AVO breach
An Eden man is in custody for a month after breaching an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) twice in one week.
The 26-year-old first received a $500 fine after a breach on Tuesday, August 27.
He was then sentenced at Bega Court after a second breach on Tuesday, September 3.
King hit investigated
An Eden man was knocked unconscious following post-grand final revelries at the Great Southern Inn on Sunday.
The man, aged 22, was allegedly king hit by a 25-year-old Bermagui man
when both parties were leaving the pub at closing time at about 11pm.
Police have not laid charges but are investigating the assault.
"We’re not snake handlers"
Eden Police have been called to remove several snakes in recent weeks as the reptiles search out mates and food in the warmer weather.
Sergeant Scott Blanch said snakes have been reported at North Head (Eastern tiger snake), Eden Wharf and Ross' Bay (diamond python) and Aslings Beach (red belly black snake).
He asked the public to contact WIRES on 6495 4150 or the National Parks and Wildlife Service on 6495 0000.
“I’m not the local snake handler,” he said.
Man survives fall from bike
A 56-year-old Eden man sustained deep grazing and gravel rash to his body as well as a possible fracture to his right scapular, after a motor bike accident at the intersection of Mount Darragh Road and Lloyd Street, South Pambula.
The single vehicle accident occurred at about 3.05pm on Thursday, September 5.
The man was taken to Bega hospital.
Police are investigating the cause of the accident.
Searching for Nemo’s owner
Eden water police are still searching for the owner of a 10 foot unpainted aluminium punt named Nemo which was recovered in June.
The vessel which was found under Merimbula Bridge has the name in black writing, Nemo, on the side and no motor.
Contact local police or Eden Water Police for more information.
Mid-range driver caught
After returning a positive breath test a 28-year-old Eden driver is now without a licence.
The man was detected drink driving at 2.15pm on Monday, September 9.
A breath analysis returned a mid-range reading of 0.0110.
Fine issued after verbal abuse
After copping a barrage of offensive language, Eden police issued a criminal infringement notice for offensive language on Monday.
The Eden man, age 28, was fined on Barclay Street at 4.35pm on Monday September 9.
A water pump was stolen from a creek on property in Oaklands Lane, Lochiel between Saturday, August 31 and Saturday, September 7.
Police ask anyone with information to contact them at Merimbula station on 6495 1366.