Police name and shame 8 Gladstone drink drivers


Eight drink drivers from across the region have racked up some whopper fines.

  • 38-year-old Linda Boss was fined $900 and disqualified from driving for four months after she blew double the legal limit during a random breath test. She was pulled over along the Bruce Hwy.
     
  • Two drivers were intercepted along Hampton Dr in Tannum Sands. Leslie Davis blew a reading of .099%. Leslie was fined $900 and disqualified for four months from driving. Martin LeBlanc, 40 blew just over with a reading of .058%. He was fined $500 and disqualified from driving for just one month.
     
  • Shane Weatherall, 46 blew just under double the legal limit along Brisbane St, Barney Point.  His reading of .094% has him out from behind the wheel for 2 months and fines $800.
     
  • 46-year-old Anthony Finn was intercepted along Latrobe St and blew a reading of .065%. He was fined $500 and disqualified from driving for three months.
     
  • David Mannion was fined $500 after being intercepted along Dawson Rd with a reading of .067%. The 33-year-old is disqualified from driving for two months.
     
  • A 28-year-old driver was fined $500 and disqualified from driving after she returned a reading of just over the legal limit, .055%. Delilah Simpson was intercepted along Water St, Rockhampton.
  • Christopher Annett, 23 was intercepted along Coronation Dr, Tannum Sands and blew a reading of .11%. He was fined $700 and won't be getting behind the wheel for three months.


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