Police were out in force targeting vehicle and traffic infringements on Wednesday.
Speeding, driver distraction devices, and vehicle standards became the focus of the 12 hour patrol.
By 3pm on Wednesday, five infringement notices had been issued.
One for a suspended driver, one for driving while operating a mobile phone, and three for vehicles that failed to meet roadworthy standards.
Illegal dump site
While patrolling rural roads on July 9, police uncovered an illegal dump site on Old Junee Road.
Police allege the load had been dumped deliberately, and are expected to level legal proceedings against a male from Cootamundra.
Just after 9:30 on Saturday night, police apprehended a 26-year-old man from Junee after a single firework was found on his person.
He was travelling as a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped on Main Street. The offending item was seized in accordance with the Illegal Explosive Devices Act.
Licensed premises patrol
Police conducted foot patrols targeting antisocial behaviour in the town’s licensed venues at the weekend.
Inspector Rob Vergano commended crowds and venue operators.
“That one intoxicated person could ruin the night for many. We were pleased to see very few incidents around town.”
School holidays focus
Scheduled night patrols will continue around the town’s schools during the two-week term break.
Inspector Vergano reminded the community that entering school grounds without authorisation is illegal.
“We don’t want our students returning to damage equipment so over the school holidays, we’re keeping an eye out.”