Driver caught with meth in car after trying to dodge RBT site in NSW

A DRIVER has been caught with more than 3 grams of meth in his car after trying to dodge an RBT site in NSW over the Easter long weekend.

The 35-year-old man allegedly attempted to avoid the police road block in Paramatta just after 2am on Saturday.

A Highway Patrol unit chased after the man and intercepted him a short distance away. Officers searched the man’s car and allegedly located 3.6 grams of ICE and a prohibited weapon.


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The man was arrested and taken to Merrylands Police Station where he was charged with a string of offences.

The driver is just one of hundreds of motorists nabbed breaking the law on NSW roads over the long weekend.

Officers are out in force across the state as part of Operation Tortoise targeting irresponsible and unsafe drivers

More than 3,100 motorists have been clocked speeding across the state and 61 have been detected drink driving in the first two days of the operation.