THE coast was a hotspot for drink drivers on the long weekend.
Limestone Coast Police detected three drivers for drink driving breaches at Robe and Kingston.
On Friday night a 64-year-old woman was stopped at Robe, and refused to comply with directions in relation to submitting to a breath test.She was reported and issued an immediate loss of licence for 12 months and will appear in the Millicent court later.
On Saturday night police patrols stopped a 36-year-old Naracoorte man driving his car at Kingston.Checks revealed that his driver's licence expired in 2009. He submitted to a breath analysis test and it is alleged that the reading was 0.043.The man was issued with an expiation notice for exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol and for driving without a licence.
On Sunday, Robe police stopped a 24-year-old Keith man in relation to driver screening testing on Robe Rd, Robe.He submitted to a breath analysis test and it is alleged that his reading was 0.050. The man was issued with an expiation notice for exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol.