Nine years worth of penalties for drink driving
DRINK drivers have been disqualified for a combined period of nine years and two months by the Gladstone Magistrates Court in the past two weeks.
The longest disqualification was handed out to Edward Thomas Keetley Brennan who recorded an alcohol reading of 0.253 when he was pulled over in Handley Dr, Boyne Island.
Brennan was disqualified for 18 months and received an $1800 fine.
Benjamin Paul Black was disqualified for 12 months and fined $1200, after producing a reading of 0.204 when he was pulled over in Nardoo Place, Gladstone.
James Stewart Kelly also was disqualified for 12 months after produced a reading of 0.172. He received a $1200 fine.
Tony Robert Ware also produced a reading of 0.172. He was fined $1000 and disqualified for six months.
Rick John Williams was disqualified for seven months and given a $700 fine for producing an alcohol reading of 0.137.
Timothy John Brown had a higher reading than Williams, recording 0.2.
He left the court with his licence disqualified for six months and was fined $800.
Sandra Lee Rose Neale was given a six-month disqualification period and fined $1000 for a reading of 0.158.
Gregory James McMillan received a five-month disqualification and a $600 fine.
Joshua Phillip Iwanica was disqualified for three months and fined $600.
Jody Hammond, Grant Kelly, Zachariach Richard Simshauser, Jose Luis Martinez, Jacob Samuel Sims and Jimmy Baron each received a two-month disqualification.
Rosie Michelle O'Brien and Anthony Dalen Joackim Dunne were handed a one-month disqualification.