Do not drive under the influence of alcohol
Do not drive under the influence of alcohol

Man busted allegedly drink driving mid morning

A 53-year-old man will front the Charleville courthouse charged with three offences after police intercepted the man allegedly drunk driving.

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About 10.30am on Thursday, February 25, Charleville Police were conducting patrols throughout town when they observed a vehicle without number plates turn onto Cobb St.

Officers intercepted the vehicle and an RBT was conducted, indicating the offender was above the limit.

The man was transported to the police station for further testing and returned a breath alcohol concentration of 0.173 per cent.

Officers handed the man a notice of suspension and a notice to appear in the Charleville Magistrates Court at a later date for three charges.

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