A 56-year-old Wyong man who was caught driving under the influence of alcohol at multiple Random Breath Testing sites around the former Wyong Shire will face Wyong Local Court in May.
At about 4:45pm on Saturday, April 13, police attached to the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command at Wyong were conducting high visibility patrols on the Pacific Hwy, between Wyong and Ourimbah where they stopped the man for Random Breath Testing at Tuggerah, where the man provided a positive sample and was arrested and taken to Wyong Police Station.
The man submitted to a Breath Analysis and returned a mid-range reading of 0.095.
The man was charged with Mid-Range PCA and issued with an immediate Confiscation and Suspension of Driver Licence.
At about 6:15pm the same night, the same man was detected driving on the Pacific Hwy, Tuggerah.
He was again stopped and Breath Tested with a positive result.
The male was arrested and taken to Wyong Police Station where he returned a Low Range reading of 0.076.
The man was charged with Low-Range PCA and Drive While Suspended.
Police confiscated the man’s car keys for 24 hours in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
The man is to appear before Wyong Local Court on May 13.
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