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He came back for his mum's funeral and police were waiting

Chad Landore left Gladstone lived in Darwin where he briefly lived in his car. Source: NT News
Chad Landore left Gladstone lived in Darwin where he briefly lived in his car. Source: NT News Luke Mortimer

IN GLADSTONE to attend his mother's funeral, Chad Landore has been granted bail but he cannot go home to Darwin.

Landore was arrested at Gladstone airport last week over outstanding drink-driving offences at Agnes Water.

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The matters were finalised yesterday with six months jail, immediately suspended for two years.

He was disqualified from driving for 19 months.

But Landore, 40, then had to apply for bail over a new charge alleging he robbed the Acacia Ridge TAB on March 31, 2008.

Magistrate Penelope Hay granted him strict bail but he is banned from leaving the state and must live in Gladstone.

Topics:  gladstone, gladstonemagistrates




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