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Unlicensed woman nabbed for drink-driving

Stanthorpe Court House.
Stanthorpe Court House. Liana Turner

A GRANITE Belt woman will face court after being caught drink-driving while unlicensed.

Stanthorpe acting officer-in-charge Tim Dachs said the woman, 44, was pulled over on Tuesday and allegedly returned a blood alcohol concentration of 0.73.

Snr Sgt Dachs said the woman was charged with drink driving and unlicensed driving.

He said another charge could be laid. 

The woman is expected to face Stanthorpe Magistrates Court on Wednesday, May 31.

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