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Just before 11 p.m. on Friday, Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were near a donut shop on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, when they allegedly saw a Holden Calais burn out in the parking garage (stock image)

P-plater, 23, who was arrested after a burn-out with a 10-month-old baby in the back seat loses her driver's license and takes a hefty fine

  • Before 11 p.m. on Friday, police patrolled near a donut shop in Liverpool
  • Reportedly, they saw a Holden Calais burn out in the store's parking garage
  • According to police, they checked the vehicle and saw a baby in the back seat
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A 23-year-old was charged after allegedly having burned out in an illegally modified car with a 10-month-old baby in the back seat.

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Just before 11 am on Friday, police were patrolling near a donut shop on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, when they allegedly saw a Holden Calais burn out in the parking garage.

According to police, they checked the vehicle after they had spoken to the woman and noticed a baby in the back seat.

Just before 11 p.m. on Friday, Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were near a donut shop on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, when they allegedly saw a Holden Calais burn out in the parking garage (stock image)

Just before 11 p.m. on Friday, Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were near a donut shop on Orange Grove Road in Liverpool, when they allegedly saw a Holden Calais burn out in the parking garage (stock image)

The car was allegedly illegally modified and the six-cylinder engine was replaced by a V8 engine and only part of an exhaust system was installed.

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She also held her green PS, but no plates were shown on the car.

She was fined $ 561 for driving a prohibited vehicle, $ 263 for not showing P-plates and $ 112 for not having her license with her, which was suspended.

The 23-year-old also received a notice to appear on July 17 at the Liverpool court due to the alleged aggravated burnout.

The car got a major defect on a grounded vehicle and a risk report was submitted to Family and Community Services.

According to police, they checked the vehicle after they had spoken to the woman and noticed a baby in the back seat

According to police, they checked the vehicle after they had spoken to the woman and noticed a baby in the back seat

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According to police, they checked the vehicle after they had spoken to the woman and noticed a baby in the back seat

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