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Anonymous

Posted on January 1, 2022
Caller type: Scam call
Location: Australia
Caller: Jord

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VICTIM

Posted on April 10, 2022
Caller type: Scam call
Location: Australia
Caller: JORDAN HALLIDAY

 

Victim9 Apr 2022

This bkoes name is Jordan, lives in Anderson and he will target anyone that he knows he can sweet talk and take every last bit of your earnings and kill your soul
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Anonymous

Posted on March 10, 2023
Caller type: Scam call
Location: Australia
Caller: Jordan Halliday

A man has had his driver’s licence suspended for four years, copping double the minimum suspension due to prior offending.
Jordan Halliday entered a guilty plea at the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ Court on Friday 8 July, admitting to refusing to accompany a police officer for a breath test analysis.
He also failed to produce a driver’s licence, though police checks found he did have a valid licence at the time.
Police Prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Clare Kane said Mr Halliday was warned by police what the penalties could be for refusing to accompany them for a breath analysis, but “said he would pass because he knew he’d blow over”.
“On Friday the 22nd of October 2021, police were performing duties in Bacchus Marsh. The accused was intercepted for a licence check heading west on Main Street. He did a breath test; police formed the opinion that alcohol was present in his breath, and required to accompany police for further breath test. The accused refused to accompany police. Police explained the possible consequences…he again refused.”
The minimum 2-year licence suspension on Mr Halliday’s licence was legally mandated to be doubled, due to a prior drink driving offence within the last 10 years.
He was also under a corrections order at the time of the offending, and Magistrate Hugh Radford warned him that prison time was a serious prospect if he continued committing driving offences.
“If you continue in the way you have been, it’s likely you’ll end up in jail…if you do this again, there’s a serious risk you’ll end up in prison,” Magistrate Radford said.
Mr Halliday told the court, “It was very stupid of me to be driving”.
“At that point I was at a different point in my life to where I am now. I shouldn’t have been driving under the influence and won’t do it again,” he said.
Halliday was ordered to pay an aggregate fine of $600 without conviction, on top of the four-year licence suspension.
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