A man has been charged with high-range drink driving in Fairfield, in Sydney’s southwest, NSW Police say.
About 1.50am today, police stopped a vehicle on the Horsley Drive in Fairfield after officers observed the vehicle allegedly swerving between two lanes.
The 30-year-old driver was breath-tested and returned a result of 0.243.
The man was taken to Cabramatta Police Station for a breath analysis where he returned a reading of 0.191.
Inquiries revealed that the man had his licence suspended on 6 April 2016 after a roadside breath test returned a reading of 0.228.
He was charged with high-range PCA second serious PCA offence and was bail refused. He will appear today at Fairfield Local Court.