A CARRUM Downs man riding without a licence had his motorbike impounded with a release fee of more than $1000, Friday 19 July. The bike was also found to be unroadworthy and unregistered.
To “put the icing on the cake” the man, 33, was also found to be in possession of a bag of methyl-amphetamine while on bail for possession of the drug, Senior Constable Greg Wolfe said.
“A tough night got worse when the rider tested positive to “meth”. He was remanded in custody at Frankston police station.
Acting Sergeant Anthony Deason said: “Numerous people have been intercepted for drink-and-drug driving, which is hard to believe given its release on Social Media and other news outlets.
“We currently have multiple units out in Frankston, Carrum Downs, Seaford, Langwarrin and Mornington, and are doing our best to get these people off the road before they kill someone.”