Police charge man with drink driving

COURT AHEAD: A Bromelton man faces court after allegedly recording a blood alcohol limit of 0.196 per cent.
COURT AHEAD: A Bromelton man faces court after allegedly recording a blood alcohol limit of 0.196 per cent.

A 29-year-old Bromelton man faces a charge of drink driving after he allegedly recorded a blood alcohol reading of nearly four times the legal limit on a roadside breath test.

A police spokesman said officers stopped the man on Tilley Road at Bromelton on Thursday at 6.55pm for a random breath test and he allegedly recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.196 per cent.

He will front the Beaudesert Magistrates Court.

Traffic offenders

Police fined a 37-year-old Beaudesert man for multiple infringements after they stopped him on the Mount Lindesay Highway on March 35 at 4.30pm.

A police spokesman said checks revealed the man was unlicensed and driving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle.

Police also fined a 60-year-old Ormeau man with unlicensed driving after they stopped him on William Street at Beaudesert on Saturday at 9.40am.