Driver caught twice in 35 minutes by police for speeding and driving without licence

A 24-year-old driver will face Goulburn Local Court after he was stopped twice in one hour for speeding and driving without a licence.
A 24-year-old driver will face Goulburn Local Court after he was stopped twice in one hour for speeding and driving without a licence.

A driver has been stopped twice within 35 minutes by police for speeding and driving without a licence.

The 24-year-old Bankstown man was first stopped by police about 2.45pm on Sunday, January 7.

Police found him driving at excessive speed and without a licence on the Federal Highway near Collector.

Thirty-five minutes later, police stopped the same driver on the Hume Highway near Goulburn for the same offences.

Police allege the driver threatened police with offensive language and was aggressive when approached the second time.

He was arrested and will appear before the Goulburn Local Court on February 14 for speeding, driving without a licence, using offensive language and intimidating police.

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