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Name and Shame: $900 fine for driver four times over limit

SEVEN drink-drivers had their penalties handed down last week in Gladstone Magistrates Court.

Ian Barry Doolan, 39 was convicted and fined $900 after he blew more than four times the legal limit on Blomfield St, Miriam Vale.

Doolan was disqualified from driving for 12 months, after recording a BAC reading of 0.206%.

James Joseph Pearson, 23, was convicted and fined $300, after recording a BAC reading of 0.057 on Gladstone Benaraby Rd, Gladstone.

Pearson was disqualified from driving for one month.

Robert John Osborne, 41, was convicted and fined $300 after recording a BAC reading of 0.063 on Hampton Dr, Gladstone.

He was disqualified from driving for one month.

Mathew Michael Ownsworth, 31, was convicted and fined $600 after recording a BAC reading of 0.079 on Dixon Dr, Gladstone.

He was disqualified from driving for three months.

Keryn Julie Donaldson, 47, was convicted and fined $400 after recording a BAC reading of 0.067 on Palm Dr, Gladstone.

She was disqualified from driving for three months.

Christopher Robert Ian Scudds, 30, was convicted and fined $250 after recording a BAC reading of 0.063 on Dawson Hwy, Gladstone.

He was disqualified from driving for one month.

Glenn Rohan Darby, 43, was convicted and fined $600 after recording a BAC reading of 0.116 on Toolooa St, Gladstone.

He was disqualified from driving for three months.

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