NO PATIENCE: Aidan Peter Wilson was fined for contravening a requirement or direction of police.
NO PATIENCE: Aidan Peter Wilson was fined for contravening a requirement or direction of police.

One Mile teenager pays the price for impatience

A TEENAGER'S impatience has resulted in him being brought into court and fined.

Aidan Petar Wilson had been required to report to Ipswich police, for the purpose of supplying them with identifying particulars.

When he failed to visit police within the designated time-frame, officers drove to his One Mile address on October 2, for answers.

The 18-year-old told the officers he had attended the station on the day he was supposed to, but that he'd been left to wait at the counter.

Wilson said he didn't want to wait around, so he left.

As a consequence, the teen faced Ipswich Magistrates Court yesterday for a contravene direction or requirement of police charge.

Magistrate Virginia Sturgess said it was unfortunate Wilson hadn't been more patient.

"By not bothering to wait, you've ended up with another charge, another court appearance and another fine to add to the fines you already have," she told him.

Wilson was fined $75.



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