Foul Mouth Cop pleads not guilty to DUI


Holly Maree Lembcke, foul mouthing her own in drunken scenes

AN allegedly foul-mouthed probationary constable has pleaded not guilty to drink-driving after she and another police officer were tossed out of a hotel.

Holly Maree Lembcke, of Green Point on the Central Coast, is the sixth NSW police officer charged with drink-driving this year. She entered the not guilty plea at her third court appearance yesterday.

She did not enter pleas to using offensive language and failing to change her address on her licence within 14 days of moving.

Police will allege the rookie, who was suspended from duty at the time, and 37-year-old Senior Constable Paul Jury became abusive towards on-duty officers after being ejected from the Kincumber Hotel on July 3 for being drunk.

According to charge sheets tendered to Gosford Local Court yesterday, Lembcke’s alleged tirade started at 11.10pm and lasted until 12.25pm, when she attempted to drive off but was pulled over a short distance away.

It is alleged Lembcke returned a blood-alcohol reading of 0.058. Police will allege she used offensive language at officers in the course of duty.

Jury was charged with two counts of resisting arrest and intimidating police and counts of failing to leave a licensed premises, offensive language and offensive behaviour. He is scheduled to appear in the same court on October 12.

Lembcke made no comment after her court appearance, during which she tried Magistrate Alan Railton’s patience. He had asked for a plea at her last appearance two weeks ago but adjourned the matter so she could get access to the blood test results.

Again representing herself yesterday, Lembcke declined several dates Magistrate Railton offered for her hearing as being “unsuitable”.

“I’m getting fed up with this,” Mr Railton said.

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5 thoughts on “Foul Mouth Cop pleads not guilty to DUI

  1. Hey Robbo,

    I notice you haven’t been too quick to retract the allegations on your site. Both Miss Lembke and Mr Jury have had their convictions overturned nearly six months ago, (November 2011).

    The magistrate in the appeal hearing, (appeal upheld, for all charges), stated that this whole farce was the biggest stitch up by the police that he had seen in his career of more that 30 years. He ordered all costs to be awarded to the defendants and urged them launch their own proceedings against the police.

    How about a bit of balance on your site. These two have been through plenty already.

    Regards,

    Clint Jury

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    • Hello Clint, are you a relative or are you using a pseudonym?

      I am always happy to remove or correct/amend any article, I have only had to do it twice in 500 posts so far.

      I was unable to find any updates of these 2 last time I checked, and I was emailed well before November and threatened via email by Holly Maree Lembcke to remove the post or else, or words to that effect..

      I told her that when the matter was settled I would consider it. Send me the links it and I will be happy to retract.

      For the magistrate to say it was the biggest stitch up he has seen in 30 years is interesting.Is there a transcript of that Clint? Because I cannot find anything on this case online.I’m not a mind reader (in relation to the apparent appeal etc)

      Regards

      Robbo

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