A woman who was caught driving with methamphetamine in her system has been convicted in Orange Local Court.
Holly Louise Condon, 37, of Park Street, was driving along Park Street near the Byng Street intersection when she was stopped for random testing about 1.15am on February 26.
During the traffic stop she told police she did not have her driver's licence with her in the car.
She was drug tested and returned a positive reading for methamphetamine so was arrested and taken to Orange Police Station for drug analysis.
However, although the drug analysis also later returned a positive result, Condon denied taking the drug and said, "I haven't used since 2018".
Condon was not present in Orange Local Court but pleaded guilty and wrote in a letter stating "I can guarantee I will not re-offend".
Magistrate David Day disqualified her driver's licence for three months and convicted her without further penalty.
"She's aware of the consequences and takes responsibility for her conduct," Mr Day said.
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