Echuca Police operated in association with local sheriffs to check passing cars for outstanding warrants.August 21, 2014 5:25pm
Using an automatic number plate recognition system, Echuca Police operated in association with local sheriffs to check passing cars for outstanding warrants.
Between the hours of about 10am and 3pm on Wednesday authorities situated themselves on the Echuca-Moama bridge.
Loddon Mallee regional manager Sheriff Roger Williams said a total of 24 drivers were caught with overdue fines.
While five of those offenders paid their fees on the spot, the other 19 drivers had accumulated a total of 308 outstanding warrants totalling $94,000.
The common infringements which were detected on Wednesday included speeding, red light breaches, parking fines and unpaid tolls.
To address outstanding fines, contact the Justice Service centre in Bendigo, 5440 6100.
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