A Warwick man has been caught not once, but twice for high range drink driving over the weekend.
Police allege that on Saturday around 11PM they pulled over 37-year-old male where he returned a breath/alcohol reading of 0.194.
Early on Sunday morning officers pulled over the same car - and the same driver. This time the man returned a reading of 0.153.
On both occasions the man was charged with a high reading offence/driving while under the influence of alcohol, and second time around he was also charged with driving while his licence was suspended, which was police imposed after the first incident.
He will front the Warwick Magistrates Court on the 18th of the month.
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