A LATHAM man has been caught drink driving twice in lower than two hours on Canberra roads.

Police noticed a Holden Commodore ute stopped on the mistaken facet of the highway about 4.10am on Sunday (October 23).

The 24 12 months outdated driver, who seemed to be disorientated, was taken to Belconnen Police Station the place he produced a blood alcohol studying of 0.149.

The person’s licence was instantly suspended and he was launched from custody.

Lower than ten minutes later, police observed that the person’s ute was gone.

“Suspecting the 24-year-old had pushed the car, officers attended his residence, and shortly after, they noticed the person in his utility drive into his road and pull into his driveway,” the spokesperson mentioned.

The person was once more taken to Belconnen station, the place he returned a blood alcohol studying of 0.130.

He was charged for unlicenced driving, and twice for drink driving, and can face court docket in November.

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Ian Meikle, editor