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Heavily armed police swarm property in Sandy Creek as couple are charged with threatening police


Armed police swarm a property to contain a ‘siege’ involving a couple ‘with weapons’ – as a mysterious sign is found out the front of the house

  • Police attended property in Sandy Creek, South Australia, for firearms audit
  • Things escalated when a couple allegedly threatened officers on Thursday
  • Two-hour standoff ensued and couple were charged with threatening police
  • Mysterious signs condemning the ‘Satanic State’ were seen outside property 










Heavily armed police have arrested a couple after swarming their house in what was labelled a ‘high risk’ incident – as mysterious signs are spotted on the front fence.

Officers arrived at the property in Sandy Creek, about an hour north of Adelaide, on Thursday morning for a routine firearms audit.

But things escalated when a man, 41, and a woman, 42, allegedly made threats to police forcing officers to fall back from the home on Mugge Road and call in members from the Special Tasks And Rescue (STAR) Group.

The couple have since been charged with threatening police and firearms offences and are due to face court on Friday.

Officers had arrived at the property in Sandy Creek, about an hour north of Adelaide, on Thursday morning for a routine firearms audit before a couple allegedly threatened police

Officers had arrived at the property in Sandy Creek, about an hour north of Adelaide, on Thursday morning for a routine firearms audit before a couple allegedly threatened police 

Chief Inspector Lauren Leverington said STAR officers were called to the property following the threats where a two-hour standoff ensued.

‘When the patrol arrived, the occupants of the property became hostile towards police and as a result police withdrew from the premises,’ Inspector Leverington said. 

While police were unable to comment on the threats made, officers said they spoke to two other people at the property, but they were released without any charges.

Barossa Valley Way was closed between Williamstown Road and Kalperri Road earlier on Thursday with residents warned to ‘avoid the area’. The roads have since reopened.

Inspector Leverington said there was no risk to the community but police remain at the scene and are searching the house.

Mysterious signs were seen outside the front of the property including one which read: 'People's peace alliance'.

Mysterious signs were seen outside the front of the property including one which read: ‘People’s peace alliance’.

‘We had a lot of police in the area this morning and there’s no further threats,’ she said. 

Mysterious signs were seen outside the front of the property including one which read: ‘People’s peace alliance’.

Three more signs hung up on a wooden fence warned those apart of the ‘Satanic State’ and ‘loyal to criminal banking organisations’ would not be allowed inside.

‘Welcome to our fellow free and sovereign living brothers and sisters in our human family, who come in peace, truth and genuine good will to we who live here,’ one sign read.

‘This Living Land and all Divine Creation that lives here and all human creation that exists here, forms part of Our Divine Creators Kingdom under Divine Domain and lives under Divine Protection,’ said another.

Inspector Leverington said there was no risk to the community but police remain at the scene and are searching the house

Inspector Leverington said there was no risk to the community but police remain at the scene and are searching the house

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