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Disappointing Weekend Drink Drivers.

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Disappointing Weekend Drink Drivers.

Obviously a few offenders thought the duty police would be to busy at the Otaki College ball to catch them drink driving so they tried it on.

At 7.47pm Saturday a 19 year old Otaki Youth was stopped at a checkpoint and breath tested with a result of 257micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath. He will be appearing in the Levin District Court on 6th May.

At 8pm Saturday a 25 year old Otaki man was stopped on Marine Parade and breath tested with a result of 654 micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath.

He was suspended from driving for 28 days and will be appearing in the Levin District Court on 6th May. He was caught driving again at 3.30am on Sunday Morning and his car was impounded. He will also be charged with driving while suspended but passed his breath test this time.

At 9pm Saturday a 21 year old Otaki Man was stopped at State Highway One near Otaki Gorge Road and breath tested with a result of 706 micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath. He was suspended from driving for 28 days and will be appearing in the Levin District Court on 6th May.

At 9.55pm Saturday a 19 year old Otaki Youth was stopped in Te Whenua St and breath tested with a result of 229micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath. He will be appearing in the Levin District Court on 6th May.

This followed a Friday night where:

A 19 year old Manukau man was stopped for speeding (62kph) and breath tested with a result of 196 micrograms of alcohol per litre of breath.

He will be appearing in the Levin District Court on 6th May.

A 38 year old Manukau woman was stopped for speeding (94kph/50) on Rahui Road at 8.34pm. She was suspended from driving for 28 days and issued a $510.00 infringement.

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