TWO members of the Somerville highway patrol had a productive day on 22 July, impounding three cars in a two hour stretch.
Just after 10.30am they pulled over a 64-year-old woman in Baxter driving on a suspended license. Her Volkswagen Golf was impounded for at least 30 days.
Police also impounded a blue Hyundai iMax van, after they pulled over another driver in Frankston North. The 52-year-old Frankston man was allegedly driving on a suspended license.
At around 12.30pm a 39-year-old woman was pulled over in Frankston on Fingal Drive. Police said she was driving a friend’s unregistered Commodore, and only had a learner’s permit. Police said the woman had removed the alcohol interlock system with the help of an unlicensed passenger. The woman allegedly returned a positive drug test for methylamphetamine.
All three drivers will be summoned to court.