Port Fairy police officers are continuing to cut a swathe through driving offenders.
On the back of catching five drink drivers in just eight days, officers are currently in the process of impounding six cars.
Port Fairy Acting Sergeant Andrew Macmillan said there was a focus on driving offending and the results spoke for themselves.
He said in the last month officers had specifically targeted traffic offending, in addition to their usual duties.
"We have impounded, or are in the process of impounding six cars, for a variety of offences including unlicensed driving, driving while suspended and hoon driving," he said.
"At the weekend, an 18-year-old Port Fairy red P-plater, decided that it would be fun to let his 18-year-old Warrnambool mate, also a red P-plater, drive his car and rip some massive donuts at the Port Fairy skatepark.
"The owner was a passenger in his own car and allowed his vehicle to be used to destroy property.
The driver was unable to control the car and hit and damaged some fences adjacent to the Consolidated Primary School oval.
"A number of people video recorded this deliberately careless driving and police are in possession of these video clips."
Acting Sergeant Macmillan said the driver would be charged on summons with numerous offences, including conduct endangering life, driving in a dangerous manner, careless driving and improper use of a motor vehicle.
"The cost of damage to the fence and turf will be calculated and police will request that when the driver appears in court he pay compensation," he said.
"The driver faces a heavy fine and loss of licence."
On Monday members of the the Warrnambool Highway Patrol Unit assisted Port Fairy officers to impound another vehicle.
"The second impoundment involved a 24-year-old P-plater who had been caught driving with a suspended licence," Acting Sergeant Macmillan said.
"Despite claiming he did not know his licence was suspended due to demerit points, police were not convinced as checks revealed he had lost 21 demerit points.
"I continue to be appalled by the driving of a few locals.
"Why anyone would drive in such a manner near children at the skatepark, is simply beyond belief."
Acting Sergeant Macmillan said he was only in Port Fairy on a temporary rotation.
"But, the new permanent sergeant, who starts here next week, is an ex-highway patrol police officer, so locals can be assured that there will be a continued proactive police presence on the highways and a more resolute approach to the spiralling road trauma that we are currently experiencing," he said.
"Road trauma is the highest priority of the south-west's top traffic cop, Senior Sergeant Chris Asenjo, and he is adamant that all police members are to try and reduce the suffering that road trauma continues to cause."
There have been 10 lives lost on south-west roads so far this year, up from nine for all of 2018.
The Victoria road toll stands at 151 compared to 98 for the same period last year.
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