Driver loses vehicle after being charged with hooning

POLICE seized a Holden Commodore sedan for 90 days after the 22-year-old male driver was intercepted in Miriam Vale and charged for driving in a way that made unnecessary noise or smoke.

The driver was also charged with drink driving after allegedly having a blood-alcohol concentration reading of 0.217%.

He will appear in court at a later date.

A 45-year-old man was intercepted by police on the Dawson Hwy in West Gladstone about 8pm on Saturday with an alleged blood-alcohol concentration of 0.098%.

And on the Bruce Hwy in Calliope, a 26-year-old man was tested by police at 11.10pm on Saturday and allegedly returned a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.159%.

 



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