A 30-year-old man has had his licence suspended after being charged with mid-range drink driving on Saturday morning.
Central West Police District Chief Inspector Dave Harvey said the man was driving a Ford Mustang north on Molong Road before being stopped at a stationary testing site at 9.50am.
Chief Inspector Harvey said tests revealed a blood alcohol level of 0.128.
He said the man's licence was suspended, he was charged with mid-range drink driving and was issued with a notice to attend Orange Local Court.
In a separate incident another man was also charged with mid-range drink driving in Orange early on Sunday morning.
Chief Inspector Harvey said tests revealed a blood alcohol level of 0.104.
He said the man failed a random breath test at 3.45am before being taken to Orange police station and charged.
His licence was suspended and is due to face Orange Local Court at a future date.
And in other police news a 45-year-old man from Orange has been charged over a domestic violence incident.
Chief Inspector Harvey said the man's 44-year-old partner had bruising and red marks on her right forearm.
He said the incident followed an argument.
Police attended the scene at 5.30pm on Saturday.
The man is due to face Orange Local Court.
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