Cocaine-fuelled man denies drink-driving
A motorcyclist admitted being on the road with cocaine in his system but denied drink-driving.
Dion Ming, 37, pleaded guilty at Magistrates’ Court yesterday to cocaine possession and driving while cocaine was present in his blood.
The incident happened in Pembroke on November 24.
Magistrate Maxanne Anderson released Ming, from Devonshire, on $1,500 bail.
She adjourned the case until September 16 for trial on the drink-driving charge.
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