Drink Drivers at Ceduna and Streaky Bay
Police detected two drink drivers on the State's far west coast yesterday.
At 3.50pm on Friday 16 March, police stopped a vehicle on Bergman Drive, Ceduna for a mobile driver test.
The driver, a 39-year-old Ceduna man, recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.106.
He was arrested and charged with drink driving, refuse directionin relation to drug test and drive disqualified.
He was bailed to appear in the Ceduna Magistrates Court on 30 April and issued with a further six month loss of licence.
Then, at 10.45pm, a vehicle was pulled over in Wells Street, Streaky Bay, and the driver recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.177.
The 31-year-old Port Lincoln man was reported for drink driving and issued with a 12 month instant loss of licence. He will be summonsed to appear in court.