Driver fined $1600, loses licence after blowing 0.176

DRIVERS across the region have learnt the hard way that they won't get away with drink-driving.

Appearing in court last week, Kelly Thomson Christensen, 24, recorded a blood alcohol concentration of 0.176 after being caught on the Dawson Hwy, Gladstone.

Thomson was convicted and fined $1600 and disqualified for 12 months.

Meanwhile, 29-year-old Allan Gregory Judas recorded a blood alcohol concentration of 0.127 on the Capricorn Hwy, Dingo.

He was convicted and fined $1200 and disqualified for six months.

Blowing 0.119% were Brenton Joel Standley, 25, of Auckland St, Gladstone, who was convicted and fined $900 and disqualified for six months, and Wayne Michael Russell, 47, of Lightning St, Calliope.

He was convicted and fined $900 and disqualified for six months.

Sixty-year-old Roy Robert Lisle recorded a blood alcohol concentration of 0.09 on Archer St, Calliope.

Lisle was convicted and fined $700 and disqualified for four months.

Other appearances:

  • Geoffrey Mark Lewis, 53, 0.053, Breslin St, Gladstone, convicted and fined $450, disqualified for two months.
  • Callum Victor Brock, 23, 0.035, Dawson Hwy, Gladstone, convicted and fined $900, disqualified for three months.
  • Wayne Michael Hale, 34, 0.022, Bruce Hwy, Benaraby, convicted and fined $400, disqualified for three months.
  • Rodney James Milne, 42, 0.072, Lilleys Beach, Boyne Island, convicted and fined $600, disqualified for two months.
  • Jeorez Virgilio Breslin, 32, 0.062, Glenlyon St, Gladstone, convicted and fined $350, disqualified for six weeks.


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