RBT anywhere, anytime

With the school and Easter holidays fast approaching Police are reminding motorists that random breath testing will be done anywhere, anytime and the Queensland Police Service does not tolerate drink driving. This comes after Loganholme Police Charged a 41-year-old woman with drink driving this morning.

Police will allege that the woman was driving along Bryants Road, Loganholme when police observed her using her mobile phone around 11.15am.

Police intercepted her vehicle and conducted a breath test where the driver allegedly provided a positive result and was transported to Loganholme Police Station for further testing.

At Loganholme Police Station, the woman admitted to consuming alcohol in the morning prior to police interception. It will be alleged the woman provided a breath alcohol concentration of 0.112 per cent.

The 41-year-old Cornubia woman has been charged with driving under the influence of liquor and will appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court in April.

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