Erin Jean Carter, 38, pleaded guilty to drug-driving.
Erin Jean Carter, 38, pleaded guilty to drug-driving.

‘Learnt my lesson’: Drug-driver’s confession

A drug-driver told a court she had learnt her lesson and would not do drugs and drive again.

Erin Jean Carter, 38, pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court on Tuesday to drug-driving.

Police prosecutor Carl Spargo read the facts of Carter’s case to the court and Acting Magistrate Paul Byrne.

On March 14, about 3.52pm, Calliope police intercepted Carter driving a silver Holden sedan on Raglan Station Rd, Raglan.

Carter submitted to a roadside drug test and subsequently returned a positive to methamphetamine.

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When asked if she had anything to say in relation to her offending, Carter told Mr Byrne that she had learnt her lesson and would not be drug-driving again.

Mr Byrne fined Carter $500 and disqualified her from driving for three months with a conviction recorded.

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