Beaudesert Police keep our roads safe

ON THE LOOKOUT: Beaudesert Police have been busy keeping our roads safe.
ON THE LOOKOUT: Beaudesert Police have been busy keeping our roads safe.

Beaudesert Police are again warning drivers to obey the speed limit when travelling through school zones after a 26-year-old was fined on July 20.

Police said the driver was travelling 59 kilometres per hour in the 40 kilometre per hour zone on Kooralbyn Road at Kooralbyn.

Police said he received a $261 fine for exceeding the speed limit by more than 13 kilometres per hour but less than 20 kilometres per hour.

Meanwhile, a 41-year-old woman from Collingwood Park received a $174 fine for travelling 52 kilometres per hour in a 40 kilometre per hour zone on Bromelton Street at Beaudesert on August 1.

Police also fined a 37-year-old male $174 for driving 52 kilometres per hour in the 40 kilometre per hour zone on Bromelton Street on August 1.

Police also fined a 26-year-old Buccan man $261 for speeding on Telemon Street at Beaudesert on August 4. 

Police said the driver was travelling 76 kilometres per hour in a 60 zone.

Traffic 

A 26-year-old Jimboomba man will face drink driving charges at the Beaudesert Magistrates Court on September 18.

Police said they pulled the man over on the Mount Lindesay Highway on August 3.

Police will allege the man recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.061 per cent.

Phone use while driving

A 66-year-old Beaudesert man received a fine for using his phone while driving on William Street at Beaudesert.

Police said the man received a $391 fine.