A woman has been fined and disqualified at Orange Local Court for driving with methamphetamine in her system.
Jesse Kennedy, 21, of Anson Street, was not present when her charge of driving with an illicit drug in her blood came before magistrate David Day for sentencing.
Kennedy attracted the attention of police on the Great Western Highway at Lithgow on June 1 and was stopped in the McDonald's car park.
According to police, Kennedy was aware her P1 driver's licence was cancelled on April 21 because police had previously stopped her in Orange on May 27 and told her that her driver's licence was cancelled.
During the June traffic stop Kennedy also failed a drug test which returned a result for methamphetamine on analysis.
Mr Day fined her $330 and disqualified her driver's licence for six months for driving with a drug in her system.
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