Limestone Coast Police have stopped a number of drivers over the weekend, issuing an expiation notice for a Mount Gambier man.
The 58 year old was stopped for a mobile driver test, allegedly returning a positive result for cannabis.
Further checks revealed the local was driving with a reportedly expired license.
Officers have sent the sample for forensic testing.
A 40-year-old Salisbury East man has been reported, after being pulled over by local patrols.
Officers stopped the 40 year old on Benara Road; administering a driver screening test.
He allegedly returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.115.
He has been reported for drink driving and issued with a six month instant loss of license.
The motorist will appear in court in the future.
Limestone Coast drivers are reminded by police they are their eyes and ears on the road, and to report any erratic behaviour to Crime Stoppers.
You can remain anonymous.