Our drink driving shame
JOSHUA Luke Nealson admitted to police that he should have stayed home on November 25, when police caught him in a hotel car park with a blood alcohol reading of .172 per cent.
Nealson, 28, of Gympie was booked in a car park off Monkland St at 1.13am. He was fined $800 and disqualified for seven months.
Trent Adam Skinner, 41, of Cedar Vale, was fined $600 with no conviction recorded and disqualified for three months after he pleaded guilty to driving in Creekside Esplanade at Cooloola Cove with a blood alcohol reading of .133 per cent on August 25.
Caboolture apprentice Beau Kobelt, 19, was fined $600 and disqualified for three months after he pleaded guilty to driving on the beach near Teewah with a BAC of .116 per cent.
Jacquelyn Ann Jozwin, 30, of Glenwood was fined $150 and disqualified for three months with no conviction recorded after she pleaded guilty to driving on Charlton Esplanade at Torquay with a BAC of .11 per cent.
And Timothy Otto Grosse, 29, of Tamaree, had less than one drink too many on November 17. He was granted a work licence, fined $350 and disqualified for one month, with no conviction recorded, for driving in Tozer St with a BAC of .066 per cent.