Two teenagers have been charged following an alleged high-speed pursuit towards Goulburn today, NSW Police say.
Just before 6am today, police detected a blue Holden Commodore sedan allegedly speeding at 167km/h in a 110km/h marked zone on the Hume Highway near Marulan.
It will be alleged the vehicle failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated, where the Commodore reached speeds of up to 230km/h.
At the Goulburn bypass, road spikes were deployed. The vehicle continued for a short distance before stopping.
Two 17-year-old boys in the vehicle, which is alleged to have been stolen, were arrested at the scene and taken to Goulburn Police Station.
The Learner driver underwent a breath test analysis, which returned an alleged positive reading of 0.055.
He has been charged with exceed speed over 45km/h, Skye’s Law (police pursuit), speed dangerously, and unaccompanied Learner.
The passenger has been charged with aggravated break and enter and be carried in conveyance without consent of owner.
The pair was refused bail, to appear at a children’s court today.