Latest on fines and infringements in Victoria

| 30.07,20. 10:56 AM |

Latest on fines and infringements in Victoria


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Victoria Police have issued another 88 fines for suspected breaching the Chief Health Officer directives in the last 24 hours.
Eleven were issued at vehicle checkpoints and 26 were issued to people not wearing a mask.
A number of the fines were issued after people still refused to wear a mask after being offered one from police or other authorities.
Examples of people fined at checkpoints include four people from Wyndham who were caught travelling to Geelong from Melbourne to go fishing.
Six men were found in short term rental property in Mornington Peninsula.
They were all issued a fine after telling police they were there for a work meeting, however when police arrived they were drinking alcohol and watching television.
And a man was fined for travelling from Dandenong to South Yarra to get a coffee.

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