Police catch Port Lincoln drink driver

Another Port Lincoln drink driver loses licence for six months

A man has lost his licence for six months after being detected drink driving in Port Lincoln early Tuesday morning.

At about 1.40am on April 13 police stopped a man driving a sedan on Mortlock Terrace.

The driver was breath tested and allegedly returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.086.

A 27-year-old Port Lincoln man was reported for drink driving, was issued with a six month instant loss of licence and his vehicle was impounded.

The man will be summonsed to appear in the Port Lincoln Magistrates Court at a later date.

This follows police stopping another driver at about 8.15pm on April 10, for a breath test with the driver, a 45-year-old Port Lincoln man returning a positive result of 0.121.

He was was reported for drink driving while having a child under 16-years-old present in the vehicle.

The man received an immediate six month loss of licence and he will be summonsed to appear in the Port Lincoln Magistrates Court at a later date.

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