GREGORY CLEM had the police catch up with him after he performed a U-turn in front of an RBT station on Goovigen-Connection road. Police followed his vehicle and intercepted him for which he told them he had consumed “half a dozen XXX Gold tinnies”. Clem blew a reading of 0.112. He was fined $850 and given a three-month licence disqualification.
GREGORY CROSS was issued a $300 fine and a further one month disqualification for driving while on a suspended licence on the Leichardt Highway, Theodore on July 9.
JUSTIN LOWTHER was intercepted by police on May 11 at 3.40pm on the Baralaba-Rannes Road, Baralaba and had a positive reading of tetrahydrocannabinol. Lowther told police he had “smoked 5-6 cones the day before”. He was fined $350 and given a one month disqualification.
ALLAN RINALDIS faced court for two charges, one of driving with drugs in blood or saliva and obstructing police. Rinaldis was intercepted by police on June 2 at 5.25 on Gladstone Road, Biloela. He blew a positive reading of amphetamine and methylamphetamine. He later obstructed a police officer when conducting blood tests at hospital. He was given a $550 fine with a three-month disqualification for the driving offence and $300 fine for the obstruction.
CLINTON HAMMOND was given a two-year disqualification for driving around the block. Hammond was on a court-ordered disqualification when he drove his vehicle 500 metres up the road two days after he was handed down the first disqualification. He was fined $750 as well.
DAYLEN MORGAN faced a charge of driving without licence demerit points. He was fined $750 with a six-month disqualification.