Three drug and drink-drivers have lost their licences after admitting to their offences.
Gary Kitt was convicted and fined $600 in the Bendigo Magistrates' Court after pleading guilty to drink-driving and driving unlicensed.
Kitt returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.112 after he was pulled over at Junortoun in November 2017.
He also produced a licence that had expired in August that year.
Kitt told police he had consumed alcohol, but did not think he was over the limit.
Magistrate John Bentley cancelled Kitt's licence and disqualified him from driving for 22 months, as he had a prior drug-driving offence.
Linda McCumber was also convicted and fined $600, and banned from driving for a year, after she admitted to drug-driving and driving while suspended.
McCumber returned a positive test for methamphetamine after she was pulled over on Marong Road in February this year for a random licence check.
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She co-operated with police and admitted to taking ice.
It was her second drug-driving offence.
Meanwhile Tyler Estrada pleaded guilty to driving with both alcohol and drugs in his system, which cost him his licence for two years and $600.
A probationary driver, Estrada returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.034 and a positive result for ecstasy in February this year.
He told police he had been drinking the day before.
The court heard he had previously been caught drink-driving and driving while suspended.
He will have to do both the drink-driver and drug-driver courses before he becomes eligible to get his licence back.
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