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Name and shame: Eleven drink drivers appear in court

THE irresponsible actions of 11 drink drivers has generated a total of 82 months of being disqualified from driving.

A twenty-month disqualification and a $2000 fine were given to Trent Gavin John dickey, 29, who returned a blood alcohol reading of .218 on Glenlyon St, Gladstone.

On the Gladstone Mount Larcom Rd, Callemondah, Scott Andrew Senius was caught drink driving with a reading of 0.211.

The 39-year-old received a three-month impoundment and a suspension from driving for two years.

Other high-range recordings included Todd Josef Meyerding's reading of 0.157 and Dylan Alan Pattison's 0.131 returned reading.

On the Dawson Hwy, Calliope Stephen Christopher Bagnall returned a reading of 0.123, and was given a $750 fine and a driver disqualification for six-months.

Joshua Dennis Watkins and Rusty-James Parnaby each received a $700 fine.

Watkins returned a reading of 0.082 when pulled over at the Bruce Hwy and 20-year-old Parnaby had a blood alcohol reading of 0.12.

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