Police round-up: drivers fined in school zone blitz

Published 2:00pm 16 September 2022

Police round-up: drivers fined in school zone blitz
Words by Jodie Powell

Seven motorists have been fined after being caught speeding through a school zone at Strathpine on Wednesday.

The Pine Rivers Highway Patrol issued the infringement notices for speeding during drop off times on September 14.

Among those caught were a 42-year-old woman from Hendra driving at 63kmh in the school zone, and a 49-year-old Cashmere man travelling at 62kmh in the 40kmh zone.

Both drivers were fined $646 and received four demerit points.

A police spokeswoman says officers will be enforcing school zone speed limits across the district.

“Please slow down in the school zones – our kids depend on it,” she said.

Stolen tools

Cordless tools and batteries were taken from a toolbox on the back of a vehicle parked at Deception Bay this week.

Thieves jemmied the toolbox while the vehicle was parked on the road at the front of a Mariner Boulevard property between 11pm on September 11 and 5.30am on September 12.

Medicine taken

Thieves jemmied the back door of a house in Wallace St South at Caboolture overnight on September 13.

They stole food, wallets and medication.

Driver charged

A 25-year-old man from Narangba has been charged with disqualified driving after being intercepted by police on Old Gympie Rd at Dakabin at 1.20am on September 13.

He will appear in the Pine Rivers Magistrates Court on October 5.

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