A female driver was charged with drink driving and having a child unrestrained in the front seat of her car in Orange.
Police said the driver was one of four Orange people to be booked after failing random breath and drug tests or not having a licence over the weekend.
Central West Police District Sergeant Tony Borland said the woman, 39, was stopped in Lone Pine Avenue at 10.40pm on Friday.
She was charged with middle-range drink driving and having a passenger unrestrained.
The woman is due to appear in Orange Local Court on September 24.
Sergeant Borland said a man, 46, was charged with high-range drink driving after he was stopped on Bathurst Road, near McLachlan Street, at 10.45am on Saturday.
The man is due to appear in Orange Local Court on November 5.
He said another man, 45, was charged with failing a random drug test and driving while suspended after he was stopped by police and tested in Bletchington Street at 3.35am on Saturday.
Meanwhile a 29-year-old man was stopped on Huntley Road near Forest Road at 11.40pm on Friday.
Police charged him being an unlicensed driver.
Both drivers are due to appear in court at a future date.
Sergeant Borland also said there had been an unusually high spate of crashes in Orange over the weekend.
He said there were five multi-car crashes.
Sergeant Borland said there were all minor collisions.
Meanwhile police are appealing to anyone who has lost their bicycle to contact Orange police station after several were found at locations including Byng Street and at the John Lomas Skate Park on Warrendine Street.
TEENAGER’S PHONE STOLEN
A teenager’s iPhone was stolen after she gave it to a stranger who asked to borrow it to make a call.
Central West Police District Sergeant Tony Borland said the woman, 18, was in Cook Park at 4pm on Friday when she was approached by the man.
Sergeant Borland said the man grabbed the phone and ran away down Summer and Hamer streets.
He was described as being 30-35 years old, tall, tanned with short brown hair and wearing a dirty, grey hooded top and dark jeans.
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