Speeding driver tests positive for drugs after being stopped by police

Speeding driver tests positive for drugs after being stopped by police

A SPEEDING driver who returned a positive drug test was nabbed by police near Rosedale on Good Friday.

About 9.30pm Wellington Highway Patrol officers intercepted a vehicle travelling at 123kmh in a 100kmh zone on the Princes Highway.

Police say the 46-year-old male driver, who subsequently returned a positive drug test, also had two outstanding warrants for arrest.

Information sought about Maffra collision

MAFFRA police are seeking dash camera footage following a collision in Maffra on Wednesday, March 24.

About 5.40pm there was a two-car collision on the service road outside of the Woolworths supermarket in Maffra.

Police are looking for witnesses, or anyone who may have video footage of the collision.

People with information are being asked to phone Maffra police on 5147 1026, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Random breath test leads to discovery of drugs

A 47-YEAR-OLD woman has received a drug diversion notice after police found a drug of dependence while conducting a random breath test.

On Saturday about 10.15am, Sale Police were conducting a random breath test site on Foster St, Sale.

The female driver returned a positive breath test road side, but returned a negative evidentiary breath test at the station.

Further checks revealed at the time the female was in possession of a drug of dependence.

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