AN 18-YEAR-OLD Toowoomba man had lasted just two days on a 15-month probation order before he was back offending.
POLICE are reminding people to remain civil when out shopping and not abuse supermarket staff who are just trying to do their job.
A TOOWOOMBA father of four claimed he had been given stolen credit cards which he then used multiple times for his own benefit.
THERE'S nothing like getting one up on your brother and this Toowoomba man took advantage of the early morning hours - and the date.
A BURGLAR who claimed he was so drunk he couldn't remember the crime was captured on CCTV doing the break-in and his fingerprints were left at the scene.
WHILE he had mental health issues, because he was on drugs at the time he did not have a mental health defence in law, his solicitor said.
THE panic buyers had left me out of toilet paper and panicking. It was then I had to take matters into my own hands... so to speak.
THE man had arranged to meet up with his ex-partner, the mother of his children, to discuss welfare payments and access to his children.
A 62-YEAR-OLD woman charged with knowingly laundering money in excess of $30,000 has had the matter mentioned in a Toowoomba court.
A TOOWOOMBA man accused of tracking his estranged partner to a "safe house" and assaulting her has been granted bail with strict conditions.
Peter started in 1976 as apprentice typesetter/comp and has 32 years with The Chronicle in three stints (in between working/holidays in UK/Europe, Brisbane and Melbourne). Entered editorial from comp room in 1996.