A Stanbridge man says him and his son were unfairly fined for breaching COVID lockdown laws after the pair were fined $1000 each in September 2021

Vincent Dwyer
Updated June 24 2022 - 3:47pm, first published 2:00pm
UNFAIR: Former Leeton mayor Paul Maytom and Mark Thomas who was fined by highway patrol in September 2021. PHOTO: Vincent Dwyer
UNFAIR: Former Leeton mayor Paul Maytom and Mark Thomas who was fined by highway patrol in September 2021. PHOTO: Vincent Dwyer

Former Leeton mayor Paul Maytom is calling for justice system accountability after a Stanbridge man was fined for breaching COVID restrictions in September 2021.

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Vincent Dwyer

Vincent Dwyer

Journalist

Vincent Dwyer is a journalist at The Ararat Advertiser. Doesn't mind the odd Seinfeld episode. You can reach him at vincent.dwyer@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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