Dangerous driving over long weekend

Police caught four drivers breaking the law on the Fleurieu over the long weekend.

A 35-year-old Murray Bridge woman was breath tested on Goolwa Road in Middleton about 8.30pm on Saturday and recorded a positive reading of 0.300. She was reported for the offence, her car was impounded for 28 days, and she lost her licence for 12 months. She will face court at a later date.

Police found a 38-year-old Encounter Bay man driving unlicensed on Victor Harbor Road at Hindmarsh Valley on Sunday morning. He was arrested and charged with driving unlicensed, and will face court on May 6.

A 52-year-old Milang man tested positive to methamphetamine when he was stopped on Nine Mile Road in Milang about 1.53pm on Sunday. He was directed not to drive for 24 hours and could face further penalties after his sample is forensically analysed.

Police stopped a 35-year-old Fleurieu woman in Victor Harbor about 11.45pm on Sunday after finding the number plates on her car had been swapped for Western Australia plates and it was unregistered and uninsured. The woman was driving with an expired WA licence and she was reported for driving unregistered, uninsured, unlicenced and unassigned number plates. She will face court at a later date.