More than 140 driving offences were detected during Operation Amity, a five-day police road safety campaign that ran from Wednesday until Sunday covering the Australia Day long weekend.
Victoria Police statistics for the Wangaratta police service area, which includes the Moira Shire, show 98 drivers were caught speeding, while six drivers returned positive alcohol breath tests while travelling in the Wangaratta police service area.
Meanwhile, three drivers tested positive to drugs and 15 infringement notices were issued for unregistered vehicles.
The complete list of offences in the Wangaratta police service area were:
●six drink drivers;
●three drug drivers;
●three disqualified/suspended drivers;
●eight unlicensed drivers;
●98 speeding offences;
●three disobey signals;
●four seatbelt offences;
●one mobile phone offence;
●15 unregistered vehicles; and