Repeat drink driver charged
A Meekatharra woman has been charged with high-range drink driving twice in three days.
The 47-year-old allegedly blew over the limit when she was stopped by Meekatharra police on Darlot Street, Meekatharra, early on Saturday morning.
That figure was calculated back to 0.117.
She was charged with drink driving in excess of 0.08 and automatically served a licence disqualification notice.
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Two days later, she allegedly blew 0.114 when she was stopped by Mount Magnet police on Great Northern Highway, Mount Magnet, just after 9am.
That figure was calculated back to 0.106.
She was again charged with drink driving in excess of 0.08 as well as no authority to drive.
She will face Meekatharra Magistrate’s Court on April 4.
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