AUSTRALIAN farmers are frequently finding Aboriginal stone tools on their land but they’re often nervous about what to do with them, says researchers at ANU. Lead researcher Dr Robyn McKenzie says the team at ANU […]
WITHIN about six hours a man with a disqualified drivers licence has been caught twice drink driving.
He was first pulled over at about 11.30pm last night (August 15) where he returned a positive indication during a breath test. He was then conveyed to the station where further testing returned a blood alcohol concentration of 0.125.
The man was charged with one count of driving whilst disqualified, driving under the influence and bailed to appear before court at a later date with bail conditions not to drive a motor vehicle.
Then, this morning at about 5.40am, Tuggeranong Patrol members intercepted the same male driving his vehicle in Kambah, this time returning a blood alcohol level of 0.029.
The male was subsequently arrested and conveyed to the ACT Watch House where he was charged with another count of driving while disqualified, driving while under the influence of alcohol and breach of bail conditions.
He will face ACT Magistrates Court this morning (August 16).