Man to face court after being pulled over twice for drink driving in Liverpool

A P-plate driver will face court today after being pulled over twice for drink driving in Liverpool overnight.

Liverpool police first saw the 24-year-old Campbelltown man driving his Daihatsu about 11.30pm on the Hume Highway when they pulled him over for a roadside breath test.

The driver provided a positive reading and was subsequently arrested.

He was taken to Liverpool police station where he was submitted to a breath analysis that returned a high-range reading of 0.152.

He was charged with high-range drink driving and driving while disqualified.

He was given conditional bail and left the police station.

Soon after, about 2.30am, Tuesday, March 4 officers noticed the same vehicle travelling on Campbelltown Road, Casula.

The vehicle was pulled over and the 24-year-old man was submitted to his second breath test which again provided a positive reading.

He was arrested and taken to Liverpool police station where he provided his second breath analysis returning a mid-range reading of 0.099.

He was charged with mid-range drink driving, drive while disqualified, and breaching his bail.

He was refused bail and will appear in Liverpool Local Court today.

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