NSW police officer charged with drink driving

An off-duty police officer has been charged with drink driving on the state’s south coast.

On Monday afternoon, police were conducting stationary random breath testing on the Princes Highway at Ulladulla.

A Mitsubishi Lancer was directed to stop at the site and the driver – an off-duty 46-year-old male Senior Constable who is attached to a Southern Region Command – was breath-tested.


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The breath-test returned a positive indication for alcohol, so the man was arrested and taken to Ulladulla Police Station where a breath analysis was performed. The test returned a reading of 0.093.

The man was issued with a court attendance notice for mid-range PCA and will have his licence suspended.

His court date is yet to be determined.

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