Freemans Reach man fined $1000 for breaching stay-at-home rule after travelling to Lithgow
A Freemans Reach man who travelled to Lithgow with his mates to go camping and dirt biking has been fined $1000 by police.
Police spoke with three men outside a Main Street café in Lithgow shortly before midday yesterday.
The men allegedly told police they were camping nearby and had travelled to the area to ride trail bikes.
The 33-year-old from Freemans Reach, a 28-year-old man from Riverstone, and a 30-year-old man from Bidwill, were each issued with infringement notices for $1000 for breaching the stay-at-home direction. They were directed to return to their homes.
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