Three drivers will face court after behaving badly on Mount Isa roads in the last week.
Police said that at 2.40 am on October 25, a vehicle allegedly evaded police in Mount Isa and drove down a 'no entry' driveway, before driving along the wrong side of the road.
At 3.30am, the vehicle was sighted again driving at-speed along Abel Smith Parade where the vehicle was later abandoned in Sue See Avenue.
The Dog Squad located the alleged offender a short time later.
An 18-year-old Happy Valley Man was charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle, evade police, driving under the influence of liquor and driving unlicensed.
He is due to appear in Mount Isa Magistrates Court on November 2.
The second case occurred the same night.
At about 4am on October 25, police intercepted a vehicle allegedly travelling erratically along Spence Street, Mount Isa.
The female driver was breath tested and allegedly returned a reading of 0.17 BAC.
The woman also allegedly obstructed police during the interaction.
A 37-year-old Sunset woman was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, obstruct police and driving a defective vehicle.
She will appear in Mount Isa Magistrates Court on December 2.
Earlier that night a vehicle was intercepted on Joan Street at 8,35pm.
A roadside drug test was performed on the driver which allegedly returned a positive reading.
A 30-year-old Mornington man was issued with a 24 hour drivers licence suspension and charged with drug driving.
She is due to appear in Mount Isa Magistrates Court on December 16.
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