20 Jun 2019 7:16pm
A teenage driver has had his licence suspended after driving at high speed in Bundaleer North this afternoon.
Police will allege that about 3pm today (Thursday 20 June) a member of the public contacted Jamestown Police Station to advise there was a vehicle travelling at high speed on RM Williams Way between Spalding and Jamestown.
Officers from Jamestown drove towards Spalding and recorded a silver Ford Falcon sedan travelling at 156km/h in a 100km/h zone.
The driver, an 18-year-old Clare man was stopped by police and issued with a six-month immediate loss of licence notice, and fined for exceeding the speed limit and breaching his provisional licence conditions, with the fine totalling $1096.