A Victorian leadfoot was caught speeding on the highway more than 50kph over the speed limit.
Police said that at about 1pm on September 13, a 52-year-old Victorian man was intercepted by officers from the Mount Isa Road Policing Unit, along the Barkly Highway.
The man was allegedly travelling at 155km/h in a 100km/h zone.
The male was fined $1245 and lost his drivers licence for a six month period.
Meanwhile at 11.25pm on September 11, a 28-year-old Mount Isa man was intercepted along Pamela Street, Mornington for the purpose of a roadside breath test.
Police allege that the driver had a breath alcohol reading of 0.152 per cent and was subsequently charged for driving under the influence of liquor and unlicensed driving.
The man will appear in the Mount Isa Magistrates Court on September 30.
A day earlier, between 9pm on September 10 and 7.30am on September 11, a vehicle parked at a dwelling on Duchess Road, Mornington was broken into.
A number of items were stolen including a laptop, headphones, firearms licence, passport and a sum of money.
Investigations are continuing and anyone with information is urged to contact police.
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