Australia Notorious Perth drink driver fined again

01:21  04 february  2018
01:21  04 february  2018 Source:   9News.com.au

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A serial Perth drink driver has been fined almost 00 - this time for drug driving and speeding. The desperate mother of a man who vanished from a remote country road on New Year’s Eve is preparing to return home once again .

Notorious Perth drink driver fined again . A serial Perth drink driver has been fined almost 00 - this time for drug driving and speeding.

A serial drink driver has been fined almost $2000 - this time for drug driving and speeding.

Mitchell Walsh has previously been convicted of drink driving seven times.

He first hit the headlines in 2003 when he was involved in a fatal crash involving 10-year-old Jess Meehan, while three times over the legal alcohol limit.

Today, the 33-year-old faced court via video link from Hakea Prison.

Walsh admitted driving with methamphetamine and cannabis in his system in Carine in December.

About a week later, he was also caught speeding in his Ford Falcon ute, doing more than 100kms an hour in a 60km zone.

He told the Magistrate he was coming off the freeway and wasn't paying attention to the speed limit. 

Walsh was fined $1500 for reckless driving and $400 for drug driving.

He's also facing charges of driving under suspension and stealing a motor bike.

Walsh is currently behind bars after being refused bail at a previous court appearance.

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