Police issue tickets in aftermath of erratic driving claims

Police issued the notices.
Police issued the notices. Paul Donaldson BUN120617POL3

WALLANGARRA police have praised members of the public who provided information about a man allegedly driving a vehicle erratically on February 11 on Rockwell and Barawell streets at Wallangarra.

The information led police to issue the 19-year-old man from Ballandean with infringement notices for fail to display P plates and fail to have proper control of a vehicle

Sergeant Alan Baker, of Wallangarra police, said he received a number of complaints about the man allegedly driving an old model green Ford Laser erratically between 3-5pm on February 11.

"Thanks to the people who contacted police about the man's erratic driving,” he said.

Police issued the tickets to the Ballandean man on Sunday.

Topics:  ballandean police traffic infringement notices wallangarra police warwick

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