Boonah police charge three with drink driving last week

Boonah police lay drink driving charges

POLICE have charged a 62-year-old Warwick man with drink driving after officers from the Ipswich Road Policing Unit pulled him over for speeding on Beaudesert Boonah Road last week.

The incident took place at 12:35 on Wednesday, July 22 .

The man is due to appear before Ipswich Magistrates Court on September 2 where a breath alcohol reading of 0.070% will be alleged.

A 68-year-old Peak Crossing man was also charged with drink driving after police stopped his vehicle for a roadside breath test about 6.30pm on July 24.

The man was pulled over on Peak Crossing Churchbank Weir Road, Peak Crossing.

He is due to appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court on September 25, where a reading of 0.127% will be alleged.

A 48-year-old Highvale man will face Ipswich Magistrates Court for drink driving after he was stopped by officers from Ipswich Road Policing Unit on the Cunningham Highway, Silverdale at 8.15am on Sunday for a speeding offence. He is due to appear in court in August. A reading of 0.072% will be alleged.

A 35-year-old man from Boonah will appear before Ipswich Magistrates Court after he was spotted riding an unregistered and uninsured motorcycle bearing false plates in Edward Street, Kalbar about 3.15pm on July 22.

Police said officers from the Road Policing Unit saw the rider and found him at a Boonah address a short time later where checks of his licence found that he was not licenced to ride the type of motorcycle he was on.

He is due to appear in court on August 28.

Keys found

A set of keys have been handed into Boonah Police. They were located about 6pm on July 15.

The keys were found on Bruckner Hill Road. Boonah Police said anyone who lost keys in this area should contact them. They said proof of ownership would be required.