Numerous motorists face court for drink-driving in Gladstone
TWO men aged in their 20s have recorded some of this week's highest readings for drink-driving in Gladstone.
Jacob Thomas McMahon, 20, had his licence disqualified for nine months after being intercepted at Kirkwood Rd and recording a BAC of 0.116%. He was fined $1000.
George Arthur Bennett-Beddow, 21, was also charged after recording a BAC of 0.16% after being intercepted at Hollywood Ave, Bellmore.
He had his licence disqualified for nine months. Here are the other drink-drivers who made the list this week:
Edward John Rees, 52, BAC 0.07%, Dawson Hwy, Gladstone, fined $500, disqualified three months.
Mark John Gardner, 18, BAC 0.11%, Hampton Dr, Tannum Sands, fined $700, disqualified three months.
Christine O'Sullivian, 36, BAC 0.116%, Dawson Hwy, Gladstone, fined $650, disqualified three months.
Thomas Clayton Brown, 26, BAC 0.124%, Hawthorne St, Gladstone, 12 months probation, disqualified six months.