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Hoons, drunks busted on Vic roads

AAP logoAAP 22/10/2016 Kaitlyn Offer

An unlicensed driver six times over the blood alcohol limit has been found slumped over the steering wheel of an unregistered car after crashing into a parked car in Melbourne's west, police say.

The 36-year-old Tarneit man crashed in Truganina on Saturday night, police say.

He returned a breath alcohol reading of 0.314 per cent, does not have a licence and the car was unregistered, police say.

He was arrested on an outstanding warrant and charged with failing to appear on summons and traffic offences and will appear in Werribee Magistrate's Court on November 7.

Police also arrested a South Australian man who was driving a car on Saturday night with five passengers on the Apsley-Natimuk Road in Apsley.

The 21-year-old is accused of driving at 144km/h in a 100 zone and returning an alcohol breath test of 0.126 per cent.

His Nissan Patrol was impounded and he will be summonsed to appear in Edenhope Magistrates' Court at a later date.

And on Saturday afternoon a Cragieburn man, 34, was caught driving at 201km/h in a 100 zone.

He was busted at Barfold on Saturday afternoon and failed a roadside drug test when pulled over, police say.

The hoon's car was impounded and he's expected to be charged by summons with multiple offences.

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