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By Brendan Rees

A Cranbourne man had his car impounded after being caught drink driving during the early hours of Monday, 12 March.
The 34 year-old was pulled over by the High Patrol on Clairmont Avenue after he was seen running a red light on South Gippsland Highway.
He was breath-tested on the scene and police say registered a blood alcohol reading of 0.141. The man was also found in breach of an interlock and a zero blood alcohol conditions.
His vehicle was impounded at a cost of $1042.44 and will be summonsed to court at a later date.

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