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No Legal Minimum For Drugs When Behind The Wheel

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Murray Mallee police are again reminding drivers that there is no legal minimum for drugs in your system, after picking up another motorist behind the wheel under the influence late last week.

The 52 year old Murray bridge local was stopped on the South Eastern freeway on Thursday, returning a positive test result for methamphetamines.

He was ordered not to drive for 24 hours and may face further charges once forensic testing is completed.

 

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