Cruising to a fine

Leading Senior Constable David Rook said he issued five infringement notices for speeding during a Saturday shift in the Koroit, Port Fairy and Macarthur districts.

Leading Senior Constable David Rook said he issued five infringement notices for speeding during a Saturday shift in the Koroit, Port Fairy and Macarthur districts.

POLICE have criticised south-west drivers for setting their cruise control above the speed limit.

Leading Senior Constable David Rook said he issued five infringement notices for speeding during a Saturday shift in the Koroit, Port Fairy and Macarthur districts.

“It’s concerning me that people think it’s OK to set their cruise to 110,” he said.

“If you choose to put your cruise on 110 you will get booked.”

On Thursday, Leading Senior Constable Rook intercepted a 55-year-old Melbourne man speeding on Heywood-Woolsthorpe Road near Bessiebelle while suspended.

He will appear on summons in Warrnambool Magistrates Court at a later date.

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