0.207 bloody idiot cops $1500 fine

GLADSTONE Magistrates Court handed down a $1500 fine to a 27-year-old man who pleaded guilty to drink-driving.

Daniel Robert Coleman pleaded guilty to driving with a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.207 in Central Lane, Gladstone and received the hefty fine. He was disqualified from holding a driver's licence for 12 months.

Mercedes Nicole Hall, 26, was convicted of having a BAC of 0.175 on Tannum Sands Rd, fined $1000 and disqualified for nine months.

Christopher James Johnson, 25, fined $900 and disqualified for eight months after driving with a BAC of 0.14 on Ballantine St, Gladstone.

Danielle Maree Cummings, 28, was caught with a BAC of 0.131 on Glenlyon Rd, Gladstone and fined $700 and disqualified for seven months.

Dyon John Smith, 21, blew 0.065 on the Dawson Hwy, Calliope and fined $500 and disqualified for three months.

Tony Douglas Euler, 25, blew just over the limit with 0.051 on Kirkwood Rd, Gladstone. He was fined $350 and disqualified for one month.

Michael Phillip Pocock, 32, was found with a BAC of 0.057 on Toolooa St, Gladstone and copped a $350 fine and a one-month suspension.

Bruce Edwin Harvey, 50, was caught with a BAC of 0.058 on Gladstone Benaraby Rd, Gladstone. He was handed a $350 fine and disqualified for one month.

Robert Thomas Regan, 39, blew 0.115 on the Dawson Hwy, Gladstone. He was fined $600 and given a five-month suspension.

Michele Veronica O'Connor, 58, blew 0.056 on Lord St, Gladstone and was fined $300 and disqualified for one month.

Meanwhile, a 41-year-old woman will face Gladstone Magistrates Court on September 8 after she alleged blew a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.229 in the early hours of Sunday morning. Police intercepted her on Blain Dr around 12.30am for a random breath test.



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