Police have charged a man with high-range drink driving after he was tested early on Sunday morning.
Central West Police District Chief Inspector Peter Atkins said a 34-year-old Orange man was spotted on Tobruk Crescent at 3.05am.
"He was stopped for a random breath test due to the manner of [his] driving," he said.
Chief Inspector Atkins said further tests revealed the man had a high-range (over .15) reading.
He said the man was suspended from driving and charged to appear in Orange Local Court on August 3.
And he said a woman, 32, from Parkes was charged with being a disqualified driver and possessing cannabis after being stopped for a breath test at 10pm Saturday on the Northern Distributor.
He said the woman was due to appear in Orange Local Court on June 22.
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