A man caught allegedly drink driving in Ulladulla has received one of 159 prescribed concentration of alcohol charges handed down over the long weekend.
More than 130,000 breath tests have been conducted by NSW Police over the Labour Day long weekend.
Just after midnight on Monday, October 7, a 35-year-old man driving a Toyota Hilux was stopped by officers attached to South Coast Police District on the Princes Highway in Ulladulla.
He returned a positive roadside breath test and later returned a breath analysis of 0.184 at Ulladulla Police Station. He will front Milton Local Court on a high-range drink driving charge next month.
NSW police media report four fatalities have occurred on the state's road during Operation Slow Down, with 242 major crashes.