Three drink drivers in under two hours

Three drink drivers have been caught in 90 minutes by Gawler police this morning.

Just after 12.20am, Sunday, August 13, Police stopped a car driving on Shamrock Way at Roseworthy and submitted the driver to a breath test.

Police will allege the driver, a 40-year-old Roseworthy man, returned a positive result of 0.191.

The man was reported for drink driving, issued a 12-month loss of licence and his car impounded for 28 days.

The second detection was just after 1.30am, when police stopped a car driving on Calton Road at Gawler East and submitted the driver to a breath test.

Police will allege the driver, a 57-year-old Gawler East man, returned a positive result of 0.132.

The man was reported for drink driving, issued a six-month loss of licence and his car impounded for 28 days.

The third detection was just before 2am.

Police stopped a car driving on Drury Street in Willaston and submitted the driver to a breath test.

Police will allege the driver, a 17-year-old ā€˜Pā€™ plater, returned a positive result of 0.049.

The boy was fined for drink driving, for driving without displaying 'P' plates, and for driving between the hours of midnight and 5am without a supervising driver.

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