000 hoax caller from Gladstone caught

ANDREW Lorton Bailey pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court to making improper use of an emergency call service; using a telephone service to menace or harass; and driving unlicensed when court disqualified. 

Lawyer Jun Pepito told magistrate Penelope Hay he was waiting on medical documents which would assist her in sentencing Bailey.

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He sought that Bailey's sentencing be adjourned for the documents.

Bailey pleaded guilty to making a 000 call on August 4 last year in Rockhampton to induce a false belief of an emergency situation; making a phone call on August 7 that was menacing or harassing; and driving on the Dawson Highway at Calliope on July 31 when disqualified.

He will now be sentenced on May 6.



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