About 10:25pm on Saturday October 12 police were patrolling Boorowa Street, Young when they saw a 50-year-old woman from Young allegedly urinating in the street.
Police stopped and spoke to the woman before issuing her a Criminal Infringement Notice for the offence of "Offensive Behaviour."
The on-the-spot penalty for this offence is $500.
Numerous serious traffic offences
About 2.20pm Sunday October 13 Young Highway Patrol were patrolling the Lachlan Valley Way, south of Boorowa.
At this time they allegedly detected, via radar, a black Audi travelling at 135km/h in a 100km/h zone. Police turned around to stop the Audi however it took some time to catch it.
When police caught the car, its speed was allegedly checked at 180km/h.
The car was stopped and whilst police were speaking to the driver, other motorists stopped and spoke to police regarding the Audi's manner of driving.
The driver was drug tested and returned a positive reading to methylamphetamine.
He was arrested and taken to Yass Police Station where he allegedly failed to provide a second sample as required.
He was taken to Yass Hospital and a blood sample was obtained.
The driver was given a 24 hour prohibition from driving as he failed to provide a second sample.
The driver is due to appear before Yass Local Court on November 15 for the offences of drive in a manner dangerous, exceed speed limit, overtake when unsafe and not keep left.
His was suspended. Police will await the result of bloody analysis and further action may follow.
Drive with mid-range PCA following serious crash at Bribbaree last month
About 12:00am on Friday August 30 police were called to a serious crash on Sharrock Road, Bribbaree.
The driver was airlifted to Canberra Hospital where a blood sample was obtained.
The sample was subsequently analysed and returned a reading of 0.136 grammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood.
The male has been summoned to appear before Young Local Court on December 3, 2019.