Police say they have caught a hoon motorcyclist in Monarto South.
Patrols were called to Monarto South about 11.15pm on Tuesday 24 October by reports of a vehicle hooning around the area.
They allegedly spotted a motorcycle speeding along Brinkley Road, heading towards Murray Bridge. The patrol indicated for it to pull over near the intersection of Usher Road, however, the rider allegedly failed to stop.
Police searched the area and located a motorcycle parked at the front of a house at White Hill.
Police checks revealed the alleged rider, a 39-year-old man, was disqualified from driving and the motorcycle was unregistered and uninsured.
He was arrested and charged with traffic offences as well as failing to stop for police. He was bailed to appear in the Murray Bridge Magistrates Courton 4 December.
His Kawasaki motorcycle was impounded for 28 days.
It is not the first incidence of hoon driving in the region.
Residents have expressed concern about dangerous and repeated behaviour in the past.
On October 7 community members called police after hoons were using the dog leg of Ferris McDonald Road and Chaunceys Line Road (pictured) to repeatedly do burn-outs with their cars.
“These drivers keep the residents awake with their burnouts on a regular basis,” one resident told us, anonymously.
“Numerous calls to the police have not stopped their behaviour.”
Any incidents of hoon driving or dangerous driving should be reported immediately via the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.