Police catch four drink-drivers in the Bay on the weekend

FOUR alleged drink-drivers were nabbed by Hervey Bay police during the weekend with the two caught between 7.30 and 8.30 in the morning.

A 44-year-old man was charged with drink driving after he blew .125% on Saturday morning. 

Sergeant Paul Byrne said the driver gave a reading more than double the legal blood alcohol limit when he was pulled over on Elizabeth St at Urangan at 8.20am.

He also said a woman had been given notice to appear at Hervey Bay Magistrates Court after driving with a blood alcohol concentration of .171%. 

Sgt Byrne said the woman was pulled over on Boat Harbour Dr at 11.20pm on Saturday.

And a 31-year-old woman will face court on charges of drink driving after she allegedly blew .154% in the early hours of Sunday morning. 

Sgt Byrne said the woman had been driving along Miller St at 1.25am when she was intercepted by police.

Finally, a 19-year-old man was charged with drink driving after he allegedly blew .073% on Sunday morning. 

Sgt Byrne said man was intercepted driving on Murphy St in Point Vernon at 7.30am.
 



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