ABOUT 9.55pm on Friday,April 22a 23-year-old female driver visiting from the USAwas stopped for abreath test on East St, Bega.
She returned a positive test,arrested andconveyed to Bega Police Station where she returned a low range breath analysis reading.
The womanwas issued a field court attendance notice and is due to appear at Bega Local Court on May 10.
AROUND 11am on Monday,April 25a Nissan Skyline was travelling south on the Tathra-Bermagui Rd inTanja.
The driver saw alarge rockin the middle of the lane andattempted to swerve to avoid the obstacle, buthis vehicle slide sideways into the embankment before rolling over onto its roof.
The driver was treated at the scene for a minor injury to his right eye and attended Bega Hospital for treatment.
AT5.34PMon April24a 40-year-old driver of a Holden Commodore was stopped onImlay St,Eden fora random breath test.
The driver was tested, returneda positive reading and was arrested before being takento the Eden Police Station.
He returned a mid range reading, his licence was suspended and a field court notice issued.
ON SUNDAY, April 24 about 9.50pm a 72-year-old female resident of Sunshine Bay was stopped by police in Canning Crescent, Sunshine Bay for a mobile RBT.
After a positive testshe was arrested and taken to Batemans Bay Police Station for a BAS test.
She was issued a field court attendance notice for Batemans Bay Local Court on June 6for mid range PCA and her licence suspended.
AT 10.25AMon Saturday,April 23 police were patrolling for a vehicle after a driving complaint in Moruya.
Police saw a white Holden Commodore sedan matching the vehicle’s description.
Checks revealed the vehicle was unregistered since September 2015 and the 31-year-old driver was suspended.
The driver was issued with infringement notices for registration offencesand a court attendance notice for Moruya Local Court on May 6for driving whilesuspended.
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