Police again targetted inappropriate driver behaviour in the Bay and Basin, and Sanctuary Point areas on Friday night, catching one man driving 53 kilometres over the speed limit.
Officers from South Coast Police District and the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command took part in the 12-hour operation, in which 62 random breath tests were conducted.
Two drivers were issued with serious speeding infringements along Turpentine Road at Tomerong.
About 5.20pm, a Mitsubishi Triton was allegedly detected travelling at 133km/h in a sign posted 80km/h area.
A 26-year-old man was issued with an infringement for exceeding the speed limit by more than 45km/h, fined $2,482 and incurred six demerit points.
His licence was suspended.
Just before 5pm, a Holden Commodore was detected travelling at a speed of 115km/h in the posted 80km/h area.
A 36-year-old man was issued with an infringement for exceeding the speed limit by more than 30km/h, fined $920, and incurred five demerit points.
Officers from South Coast Police District's Bay and Basin sector conducted Operation Consequence over multiple weekend evenings during the month of July.
The proactive policing strategies targeted anti-social behaviour, property, drug and traffic offences in and around the Bay and Basin area.
Some figures as a result of the operation include;
. 21 arrests.
. 28 charges laid relating to drug possession, drink driving, police pursuit (Skyes Law), car theft and domestic violence.
. 30 person searches.
. 8 vehicle searches.
. 20 move along directions and a number of infringement notices issued.
. 52 random breath tests with five of them returning positive readings.
. 32 random roadside drug tests with eight returning positive results.
Acting Inspector of the Bay and Basin area Michael Suessow said police will continue to employ proactive measures to prevent and disrupt criminal behaviour in the community.
"Local police are deeply disappointed with the number of positive indications drivers of motor vehicles returned for alcohol and prohibited drugs," he said.
"We will continue to target this and other criminal behaviour, with future operations planned for the area."
Police are reminding the public if they have any information relating to crime to report this via crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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