More than three times over limit with baby in the back

A WOMAN is due to appear in Coffs Harbour Local Court on Monday after being caught while driving with a six month baby in the back seat with an alleged high range blood alcohol reading.

At about 2am on Sunday police were alerted to a vehicle almost hitting a fence at a fast food outlet on Bray St.

Police stopped the vehicle and spoke to the 28-year-old provisional (P2) driver. The woman was subjected to a breath test which returned a positive result.

She was arrested and taken to Coffs Harbour Police Station where she was subjected to a breath analysis, allegedly returning a reading of 0.171.



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