‘I don’t like my sister’: Mandurah woman who gave sibling’s details to police faces charges

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POLICE have charged a Mandurah woman in her 30s who allegedly gave her sister’s details when stopped by police because she “doesn’t like” her.

Police allege she gave false details including name and date of birth when she was stopped for driving in the Mandurah area.

Police said the woman told police at the time “I don’t like my sister, so I gave her details”.

The alleged “repeat driving offender” was charged with disqualified driving, false details and pervert justice and two vehicles were impounded for 28 days.

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