Our drink driv­ing shame

The Gympie Times - - NEWS -

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.

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