Two women have been charged after police received a report of erratic driving at Perry St, Batemans Bay, on the evening of Wednesday, November 6.
A South Coast Police spokesman said a 34-year-old Batemans Bay woman was charged with offensive language and resisting arrest.
Police will allege she was aggressive towards officers, swore and attempted to walk away.
The spokesman said she had to be handcuffed and was taken to the police station where she was charged.
She is due to appear at Batemans Bay Local Court on January 6, 2020.
A 55-year-old Batehaven female driver was charged after she allegedly refused to submit to a breath test.
She was issued a field court attendance notice and a driving suspension notice.
She is due to appear at Batemans Bay Local Court on December 16.
Break and enter
In a separate incident, police said there was an attempted break-and-enter in Batemans Bay between Monday and Tuesday, November 4-5.
Police said a door was damaged and offenders had gone through the property. Nothing was stolen.
Police were investigating and conducting forensics.
Any suspicious activities can be reported to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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