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No-licence driver caught twice in one night (cloned for Pil 1342405725)
No-licence driver 'caught twice in one night' (cloned for Pil 1342405725)

A 25-year-old man was caught twice in two hours driving without a licence in Karratha and both times he refused a breath test, police allege.

Karratha Police initially stopped a Holden Commodore allegedly being driven by the Butler man about 1.50am on Saturday. Police claim the 25-year-old failed to provide a sample of his breath for analysis and also allege his driver's licence was under suspension.

The Commodore was seized and the man was charged and released to bail just after 3.10am.

Police allegedly spotted the same man driving at 3.40am but this time he was behind the wheel of a Toyota Hilux.

He allegedly failed to stop for police and when he was pulled over, he again failed to provide a sample of breath for analysis.

Police seized the Toyota Hilux and the man was again charged and bail refused by police.

He will appear in Karratha Magistrates Court today.

The West Australian

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