Learner driver, 31, caught drunk driving TWICE a day on expired LS, cops confiscate massive alcohol supply
Woman, 31, is caught TWICE a day driving under the influence on an expired student driver’s license – while police seize huge stash of alcohol in the back of her Toyota Hilux
- A woman who was accused twice in one evening of drink-driving was on expired L license plates
- She has filed two charges of driving without a license and one alcohol violation notice
- The 31-year-old woman was carrying passengers and nearly 30 liters of alcohol
An unlicensed leather driver was arrested after she tested positive for drink driving twice in one night – after it was found that she was also carrying a huge supply of alcohol.
The 31-year-old Northern Territory woman is facing several charges – including two for medium-distance drink driving and two for driving without a valid driver’s license – after she hit the Stuart Highway at 5:30 PM and then 8:00 PM the same day. hours has been caught.
NT police discovered that her student permit had expired in 2017.
At 5:30 p.m., she returned a blood alcohol content of 0.125 to the Pine Creek Police Station, and after her release, she was arrested a second time when her blood test result was 0.089.
The vehicle, a Toyota Hilux, carried nearly 30 liters of alcohol, including whiskey, vodka, rum and 58 cans of beer.
The alcohol – which was destroyed by police – is believed to have been destined for a remote community called the NT News reported
All occupants of the vehicle received notifications of alcoholic beverage violations and one of them received a notice of violation for not wearing a seat belt.
“ It is extremely disappointing that members of our community not only continue to drive under the influence of alcohol, but that twice in quick succession showed a reckless disregard for her own safety and that of other road users, ” said Detective Sergeant Ian Kennon of the NT police.
“Our members will continue tirelessly to enforce the Territory’s traffic rules for the protection of the community.”
The woman was released on bail on April 24, 2021 to appear in court in Mataranka.
Pine Creek Police Station in the Northern Territory, where the woman answered positive blood alcohol levels twice in one evening