Driver arrested after police catch him driving twice in one day

STOPPED TWICE: Police arrested a suspended driver on Easter Sunday.

STOPPED TWICE: Police arrested a suspended driver on Easter Sunday.

A man who has been living out of his car for the past three years while he travelled from town to town, was arrested by police on Sunday when they pulled him over a second time for driving offences.

Damien Mark Robinson, 31, formerly of Dorset Road, Boronia was in custody when he was brought before magistrate Terry Lucas in Orange Local Court on Tuesday.   

Represented by solicitor Peter Ringbauer, Robinson pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended licence, for which he was fined $500 and disqualified from driving for two years, and driving an unregistered car for which he was fined $500. 

Robinson was first pulled over by police on the Mitchell Highway outside of Orange at 9.50am on Sunday when he was issued a licence suspension notice.

He was caught again at 12.20pm driving on the Escort Way and his registration was discovered to be cancelled due to fine default.

He was on bail for other matters being heard at Campbelltown Local Court.

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