AN employee has been threatened with a knife when a man and a women robbed Fyshwick’s Anaconda store in broad daylight this morning (September 21). The man and women attempted to leave the store with […]
While on patrol, at around 11.10pm, police saw three utes travelling in a convoy on Fairbairn Avenue, one of which was carrying a large metal frame on its roof.
The frame was measured to be 5.5m wide at the rear, 3.8m wide at the front and 6.5m long and was being transported without a permit.
Police say the driver was found to be unlicensed and underwent a roadside breath test returning a positive result. He was conveyed to the City Police Station where a breath analysis was conducted, returning a blood alcohol reading of 0.133.
The man was issued with an Immediate Suspension Notice and will be summonsed to face court at a later date where he will be charged with drink driving, driving unlicensed and driving a vehicle with an overhanging load. If convicted, the man will be a repeat drink driving offender.