A 22-year-old Ganmain man has become embroiled in a police matter after he was stopped while driving along Canola Way on Saturday.
Around 12:50pm police pulled him over for the purpose of mobile testing.
After being subjected to a roadside oral fluid test which returned a positive reading.
He was conveyed to Wagga police station to undergo a secondary test. That also returned a positive result.
Police are awaiting further results before legal proceedings take place.
Meanwhile, a man has been charged and bail refused over a stabbing outside a hotel in Temora.
Riverina Police District officers understand two men, aged 20 and 23 were seen to be arguing outside the hotel around 1:45am on Sunday.
It then escalated into a physical fight. The older man has allegedly been stabbed, and was taken to Temora Hospital.
He is described as remaining in a stable condition after receiving wounds to his upper body.
The younger man was arrested at the scene and taken to Temora Police Station.
He has been charged with five offences, including reckless grievous bodily harm, armed with intent to commit indictable offence, wielding a knife in public, affray, and custody of a knife in a public place.
A knife was taken from the roof of the hotel, and will be subjected to forensic examination.
Separately, in another unrelated incident, a police officer has sustained injuries to his left hand during the arrest of a 21-year-old man in Temora.
He was treated at Temora Hospital, where he will continue to receive care.
The 21-year-old man was treated for the effects of OC spray and a shoulder injury, before being taken to Temora Police Station.
He was charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest, to appear before Temora Local Court on 27 February.