A man who went on a pizza run while high-range drink-driving was convicted in Orange Local Court on Monday.
Mitchell James Maker, 25, of Andres Street, was stopped by police on Platinum Parade on May 30, because one of his taillights was out and the car appeared to be speeding.
He was breath tested and returned a positive result.
Maker was arrested and taken to Orange Police Station where he returned a high-range reading of 0.154 in a breath analysis.
Regarding the drink-driving he and said he was getting pizza.
He was fined $880, disqualified from driving for three months and was placed on a 24-month interlock order.
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