A man has been charged with mid-range drink driving twice overnight, NSW Police say.
About 12.20am tomorrow, police were told a black Holden Commodore was being driven dangerously in the Kogarah area.
A short time later, the vehicle was stopped on the Princes Highway in Kogarah.
After speaking with the driver, a 30-year-old man, he was subjected to a roadside breath test where he allegedly returned a positive result of 0.140.
He was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice and had his licence suspended and seized.
Later, at about 2.10am, officers from the St George Local Area Command allegedly saw the man driving on the Princes Highway in the Holden Commodore.
The man was stopped by officers a second time. He again returned a positive roadside breath test.
He was taken to Kogarah Police Station where he allegedly returned a breath analysis of 0.107.
The man has been charged with Mid-Range PCA and suspended driver.
He has been given conditional bail to appear at Sutherland Local Court Tuesday 20 September 2016.