A man has received a string of infringement notices after leading police on a pursuit on Wyangan Avenue near North Grove Drive on Thursday.
Police were patrolling the area when they spotted a white Ford Falcon travelling towards them.
The driver was observed as someone who police knew did not hold a current drivers licence, having expired two years ago.
When they indicated for him to pull over, the 34-year-old man then lead police on a short pursuit before conceding defeat.
He will receive infringement notices for driving without a licence, not driving on the left side of the road, and for failing to stop.
In other news, at about 10pm on Thursday a 50-year-old male was stopped by police on Banna Avenue for the purpose of random breath test.
Police conducted checks on licence and registration, and found the vehicle unregistered.
While conducting the check, police observed he appeared to be under the influence of a prohibited drug.
The man admitted he had been using cannabis.
The vehicle was subsquently searched and a small amount of cannabis was found.
While the breath test result returned a negative result, the subsequent drug test returned a positive methamphetamine reading.
He was charged with driving while suspended, not obtaining a NSW licence, driving an unregistered vehicle, possession of prohibited drug, possession for equipment for administering a prohibited drug, with charges still pending on the return of drug test results.
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