Flagstone State School sustains $1000 damage bill following vandalism

POLICE are investigating after an estimated $1000 worth of damage was caused to Flagstone State School over the weekend.

VANDALISM: An estimated $1000 worth of damage was caused to Flagstone State School over the weekend.

VANDALISM: An estimated $1000 worth of damage was caused to Flagstone State School over the weekend.

Jimboomba Police Officer-in-Charge Senior Sergeant Peter Waugh said rocks were thrown to break windows, lights and the tuck shop.

The damage was caused between 3.30pm on May 18 and 4am on May 20.

Senior Sergeant Waugh said officers were examining security footage.

High range drink driving 

A 26-year-old Cedar Grove woman allegedly refused to co-operate with police for a roadside breath test at Yarrabilba Drive on May 18.

The motorist was required to provide a specimen of breath when brought into Jimboomba Police Station and allegedly returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.236.

She was charged with high range drink driving and is due to appear at Beenleigh Magistrates Court on June 18.

If you have information which can assist police contact Policelink 131 444 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000