Police arrest strawberry industry worker over fruit sabotage

SYDNEY, Australia — Police have made their first arrest in the cases of strawberry sabotage in Australia, in which sewing needles were found in fruit sold in six states.

Police say the 50-year-old woman will face seven charges of goods contamination

Supervisor charged over strawberry sabotage

A disgruntled farm worker faces up to 10 years jail after she was charged for allegedly putting needles in strawberries.

Woman arrested over strawberry needle contamination in Australia

The 50-year-old woman was taken into Queensland Police custody yesterday.

Read more about Woman arrested over alleged strawberry contamination on Business Standard. A woman has been arrested in connection with an investigation into the alleged contamination of strawberries in the Australian state of Queensland, police said on Sunday.

Woman Charged In Australia Over Strawberry Needle Scare

Since the first case came to light when a man was taken to hospital with stomach pains after consuming strawberries, more than 100 alleged incidents of pins and needles found in fruit, mostly strawberries, were reported in September around the country.

Woman arrested over needles found in strawberries

A 50-year-old woman was arrested today over a reports of needles found in strawberries that sent Australia’s fruit industry into panic.Contaminated fruit were found across five Australian states and as far as New Zealand, prompting a nationwide investigation. The first contamination was reported in

Australian police arrest woman in connection with needles found in strawberries

Australian police say they have arrested a woman in connection with an investigation into needles found in supermarket strawberries earlier this year.

Woman arrested over Australia strawberry needle scare, Australia/NZ

SYDNEY (AFP) - A woman has been arrested after a complex investigation into an Australian strawberry scare where needles were found stuck into the fruit, police said on Sunday (Nov 11), in a crisis that sparked nationwide panic.. Read more at straitstimes.com.