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Off the road for 3 months

Matthew Curl of Grenfell pleaded guilty in Young Local Court to driving with an illicit drug in his system.
Nanjing Night Net

Represented by Ms Rachel Power, Curl entered a guilty plea before Magistrate Dare.

The 18-year-old apprentice has secured a flat in Young after the incident.

Ms Power described the young man as “very eager to work.”

Magistrate Dare took into consideration Curl’s remorse and the steps he and his family had taken to prepare for Curl’s guilty plea. Magistrate Dareconvicted and fined Curl $100 and handed down a 3 month disqualification.

“Mr Curl, I won’t be offended if I don’t see you back again,” Magistrate Dare said.

According to police Curlhad held a provisional P1 licence for just over a year andduringthat time Curlhad lost his licence to demerit point suspension for a period of sixmonths.

Police saidCurl advised heis due to lose his licence for an unrelated traffic matter for a period of time.

According to the police facts about 12.50 pm on Tuesday September 13, 2016, police were patrolling Weddin Street inGrenfell when theyobserved three motor vehicles driving south bound.

Police stopped a yellow Ford XR6 for a random test.

Police said Curl, stopped his vehicle on the Henry Lawson Way crossing of Holy Camp Road before heproduced his NSW driver’s licence.

Police spoke to Curland conducted a breath test which resulted in a negative result.

At 12.58 pmpolice said they conducted a roadside drug test on Curl.

According to police at 1.06 pma positive result was observed for the drug Cannabis.

Curlwas arrested for the purpose of a secondary oral fluid test and taken to Young Police Station.

Curl was cautioned and asked a number of questions and was read the form of demand and subsequently provided a sample of oral fluid sufficient for analysis.

This sample was tested at the Young Police Station and returned a negative result.

The remainder of the sample was placed into a sealed vial in the presence of the accused and security sealed.

The accused was advised that the sample would be sent to the NSW forensic and analytical science servicefor analysis.

The accused was returned to his vehicle pending further testing.

The sample sent away returned positive, resulting in Curl’s appearance in Young Local Court.

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