Mandurah court: unlicenced woman drove with unrestrained child (6) in the car

Wooden gavel from the court and old law books isolated on white background. Shallow depth of file
Wooden gavel from the court and old law books isolated on white background. Shallow depth of file

A woman who drove an unlicenced vehicle, without a valid driver’s licence, had an unrestrained child (6) in the car with her, Mandurah Magistrates Court was told today.

Danielle Suzanne Tranberth pleaded guilty to driver fail to ensure passenger four years to under seven restrained, no authority to drive and used an unlicensed vehicle on a road.

Police prosecutor Neville Palmer said Trenberth was stopped by police in Falcon on March 23.

He said a six-year-old child was not wearing a seatbelt, was not correctly seated in a booster seat and the booster seat was not in proper working order.

He said the vehicle was not licenced and Trenberth did not have a valid driver’s licence.

The case was adjourned for a presentence report, to see if Trenberth is suitable for community work.

Trenberth is due back in court for sentencing on October 12.