With an increased police presence across the Riverina over the long weekend, Junee became a shining example of safe, responsible road users.
According to Acting Inspector Gerard Horsley, the Riverina Police District conducted more than 8,300 breath tests as part of Operation Tortoise.
"Unfortunately the message did not get through to two motorists in Temora," he said.
"At about 11:15pm on Saturday, April 20, a 43-year-old Temora female was stopped for the purpose of a mobile random breath test on Victoria Street Temora. She was placed under arrest for returning a positive breath test."
After being taken to Temora Police Station, the woman returned a low range reading of 0.061.
In another incident, a 35-year-old Engadine woman was stopped for a random breath test at about 12am on Easter Sunday and also put under arrest.
"At Temora Police Station she returned a mid range reading of 0.117," Acting Inspector Horsley said.
"Both women will be receiving court attendance notices to appear before Temora Local court next month."
No drivers were arrested for exceeding the legal limit of blood-alcohol levels in Junee during the long weekend period, according to Acting Inspector Horsley, or in Coolamon.
With little break in between, road users are warned to take caution as Operation 'Go Slow' commenced at midnight heading in to April 24.
This operation will see double demerits enforced, running through until 11:59pm on April 28.
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