11 arrests made as part of Operation Unite

ELEVEN people were arrested in Bundaberg on Friday and Saturday night when Bundaberg Police took part in Operation Unite, a police operation throughout Australia and New Zealand aimed at preventing and reducing the impact of alcohol fuelled and anti-social behaviour on the community.

More than 200 random breath tests were conducted throughout the region.

Eleven people were arrested including two people on fail to appear warrants, two for allegedly drink-driving, two for assaulting police and two for obstructing police.

Three traffic infringements were also issued.



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