A 30-year-old Lawson man’s licence has been suspended after he allegedly recorded almost six times the legal blood alcohol concentration.
On Saturday afternoon, police say they received several reports of a vehicle being driven dangerously on Gungahlin Drive.
Officers intercepted the vehicle and say the driver returned a positive result to a roadside breath test.
he was taken to Belconnen Police Station where he underwent a breath analysis which allegedly returned a result of POINT TWO NINE FIVE – nearly six times the legal limit.
The drivers ACT licence was immediately suspended for 90 days, and he was issued with a court attendance notice.