Police charge man after Boonah crash

COMMUNITY WATCHES ON: The quick actions of witnesses to a crash at Boonah have enabled police to charge a man with drink driving.
COMMUNITY WATCHES ON: The quick actions of witnesses to a crash at Boonah have enabled police to charge a man with drink driving.

A 32-year-old Boonah man has been charged with high level drink driving thanks to some quick acting locals.

Police praised citizens who promptly reported a crash which occurred at about 7.15pm on September 11 on Dover Street at Boonah. 

The man was also fined for driving an unregistered vehicle, driving unaccompanied on a learner’s licence and failing to display L plates. 

He was bailed to face the Ipswich Magistrates Court on October 2 where police will allege a blood alcohol reading of 0.236 per cent.

Drugs

A 28-year-old Mount French man faces a charge of possession of drug utensils after police executed a search warrant at his home on Tuesday, September 11.

Police allege a search of the man’s residence led to the discovery of a glass pipe and a metal pipe, which had been used to smoke a dangerous drug.

He will front the Ipswich Magistrates Court on October 4.