Police confirm health breaches in Upper Hunter

Filed in Just In by August 13, 2021

POLICE have issued infringement notices to people this week who people who have breached public health orders and travelled to the Upper Hunter.

A young man from the Blue Mountains was found to have “no reasonable excuse” to be in Aberdeen.

And a 19 year old truck driver from Blacktown and his teenage passenger from Stanmore where found to be breaching the orders after they had an accident on the Golden Highway at Gungal. 

The driver had failed to negotiate a corner on the road and rolled the truck, bringing him to the attention of police and he was issued with a $1000 fine for breaching public health orders. 

Across the state there have been 404 infringement notices issued by NSW Police, 41 people have been charged and 11,000 calls to CrimeStoppers have been made.

Police encourage the community to report any suspected breach of public health orders to CrimeStoppers: 1800 333 000

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