Police charged several people with drink driving offences and reported missing dogs in the Eurobdalla Shire on New Year's Eve, 2020.
South Coast residents also pleaded for help via social media after December 31 fireworks spooked their pets.
A police spokesperson said four-legged friends roaming the streets after the fireworks included two staffies, of "beautiful nature".
The female puppy had been reunited with her owner, however, police were still looking for the owner of the male staffy on Tuesday morning.
Police were pleased with the public's good behaviour on New Year's Eve, however, there were some isolated incidents.
The spokesperson said officers saw a man hanging out of a passenger window of a black Hyundai sedan about 10pm on New Year's Eve.
Police breath-tested the 20-year old driver, who was heading north on George Bass Drive, Tomakin.
Officers arrested the Moruya woman, took her to Batemans Bay Station where she allegedly recorded 0.083 grams of alcohol.
She was charged with mid-range drink driving and issued a driving suspension notice.
Earlier that night, police arrested and charged a 34-year old with high-range drink driving.
Highway patrol officers pulled over the Woolgoola man, of the NSW Mid North Coast about 9pm at Pear Tree Place, Moruya.
Police allegedly recorded a 0.177 BCA and suspended the man's license and issued a court attendance notice for Batemans Bay Court on February 8.
The spokesperson said offender(s) broke into a David Avenue house at Batehaven between 1.50pm and 3.50pm on New Year's Eve.
The offender(s) removed the fly screen of a ground floor side window and stole cash.
Police have conducted a forensic examination. Investigations are continuing. Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 if you have information.
Officers have charged a Goulburn man with high range PCA after they found a green Toyota hilux heavily bogged in a muddy ditch.
Police were called to reports of an intoxicated man driving at Woodlands Road, near Mogo in the early hours of Monday morning, January 4.
They found a 41-year old sitting in the passenger seat.
Police arrested him, took him to Batemans Bay Police Station where his BCA was allegedly found to be 0.163.
He was suspended from driving, charged with high range PCA and issued a field court attendance notice for February 1 at Batemans Bay Court.
Police reminded the public to secure property in the backyards of residences and caravan parks and not leave any valuable in vehicles, even when locked.
Water police warned they would be in force over the summer and reminded boat users to wear lifejackets.