An Esperance man was fined for urinating on train tracks off Pink Lake Road

A 28-year-old man has been fined for urinating on train tracks off Pink Lake Road in Nulsen.

Levo Tava Campion-Cox was sentenced in Esperance Magistrate’s Court by Magistrate Hills-Wright on January 8.

He had entered an endorsed plea of guilty to charges of disorderly behaviour in public and possessing methamphetamine. 

The offences occurred at 6:20pm on Thursday, November 29, 2018.

Police prosecutor Senior Constable Carolyn Petersen said Campion-Cox was seen urinating three metres from the road’s edge on to the tracks.

Police could see an open container of alcohol next to him.

Snr Constable Petersen said there were a lot of pedestrians in the area.

When police spoke to the offender, he told them “when you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go”.

Police also found less than 1 gram of methamphetamine in his pocket.

Magistrate Hills-Wright fined Campion-Cox $100 for disorderly conduct, $250 for possessing methamphetamine and charged him $205.30 in court costs.