A MAN has been charged on summons after police allegedly found him travelling at 47 kilometres over the speed limit in Long Gully.
Police detected the ute allegedly travelling at 107 kilometres per hour in a 60 zone on Inglis Street about 6.45pm on Friday.
The 44-year-old driver tested positive to a preliminary drug test at the scene. Police allege the vehicle also had false number plates.
The Alfredton man will be charged on summons to appear in Bendigo Magistrates' Court at a later date.
The intercept is part of Operation Amadeus aimed at addressing the causes of fatal and serious injury collisions within rural Victoria.
The primary focus is on speed enforcement and drug and alcohol impaired drivers.
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