Man clocked at 209km/h in Colac to appear in court

Shane Kennedy, of no fixed address, fronted a bail justice late yesterday after being charged with conduct endangering life, possess drug of dependence, use drug of dependence, possess weapon, possess ammunition and a number of traffic offences.

Shane Kennedy, of no fixed address, fronted a bail justice late yesterday after being charged with conduct endangering life, possess drug of dependence, use drug of dependence, possess weapon, possess ammunition and a number of traffic offences.

A 24-YEAR-OLD man clocked by Colac police at 209 km/h and allegedly found with white powder has been remanded in custody overnight to appear in court today.

Shane Kennedy, of no fixed address, fronted a bail justice late yesterday after being charged with conduct endangering life, possess drug of dependence, use drug of dependence, possess weapon, possess ammunition and a number of traffic offences.

He was remanded in custody to appear at the Geelong Magistrates Court later today.

An officer from the Colac police Highway Patrol Unit allegedly detected Mr Kennedy driving a ute at more than double the speed limit.

An officer was performing traffic duties on the Princes Highway at Winchelsea around 3pm yesterday when the ute was noticed and its speed checked at 209km/h in a 100km/h section of the highway.

The ute was intercepted near Ondit Road.

A check revealed the ute was unregistered and unroadworthy.

Police also located knives, ammunition and a quantity of white powder when they search the vehicle.

The ute was also impounded.

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