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Police report disturbance, double arrest and drink driver

THE Queensland Police Service reported a number of incidents that they were called to on Thursday.

Public disturbance in Gladstone CBD

THREE men were arrested in the early hours of yesterday morning after a disturbance outside The Reef Hotel in Gladstone after closing time.

Police were called to deal with the incident about 12.40am after the sliding door of a taxi was reported to have been smashed.

Double arrest outside city hotel

ABOUT 1am yesterday police arrested two men for public nuisance in Central Lane, Gladstone. The men were aged 26 and 27.

Drink driver 

A MOTORCYCLIST pulled over by police yesterday was tested and shown to have had the high-range blood alcohol reading of 0.210%.

The 47-year-old man had been riding his motorcycle in Toolooa St at 5.30pm, police said.

Topics:  drink driving, gladstone cbd, gladstone police, qps




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