Mother, 40, was caught driving without a driver's license for the EIGHTEEN, but is still not being jailed
Mother of the four, 40, was caught driving without a license for the EIGHTIENT time but will still not be jailed – despite the fact that she had ice on her when she was arrested
- Mother of the four has evaded the prison after committing her eighteenth row
- Kylie Maree Herberts was found driving with illegal substances in her vehicle
- She has been disqualified ten times and has been disqualified seven times earlier
- Herberts was sentenced to three months in prison, immediately suspended
Laura Withers for Daily Mail Australia
A mother of four has evaded a prison sentence for the eighteenth time, despite being caught without driving a license and stopping illegal substances in her car.
The police discovered drug paraphernalia and nearly 3 grams of methamphetamine in Kylie Maree Herberts' car after she was run over in Kuluin, on the Sunshine Coast.
The recidivist, who is caught driving a car disqualified 10 times and drives seven times without a permit, was reprimanded by Magistrate Mark Nolan for her absolute disdain. for licensing laws.
Kylie Maree Herberts (photo) was caught driving without a license for the eighteenth time
(Image of file) Herberts was caught with drug paraphernalia and nearly 3 g methamphetamine
According to police officers, the 40-year-old admitted that they had bought the drugs, which are usually known as ice cream, a few hours earlier and claimed they were behind the wheel to give someone a lift to a local address.
Herberts pleaded guilty in Maroochydore Magistrates Court to drive without authorization, drugs, utensils and property, according to Sunshine Coast Daily.
In her defense, Michael Robinson, legal counsel for Herbert, claimed that she was unable to buy a driving license because of her low financial situation.
Magistrate Mark Nolan wondered how Herbert could afford to get drugs if she could not buy a license.
Herberts was sentenced to three months in prison, immediately suspended for 12 months.
At the time of the conviction, Mr. Nolan told Herberts that she should give a better example to her four children and warned if she was again offended that she would go to jail.
Herberts (image) was sentenced to three months in prison, immediately suspended for 12 months