For better, for worse for drink drivers

Task Force Razon members caught a husband and wife allegedly drink driving less than two hours apart in Mornington over the weekend.

Police attention was first drawn to the vehicle after watching it being allegedly driven erratically as it left at Mornington licensed premises.

The vehicle was intercepted just after midnight on 14 May, and the driver returned a positive preliminary breath test.

The 52-year-old Maryborough woman later returned an evidentiary breath test result of 0.175 percent.

She has had her licence immediately suspended for 12 months and will be charged on summons.

Returning to their duties, the members were surprised to see the same vehicle being driven through Mornington.

The vehicle was again intercepted and this time it was the husband who returned a positive preliminary breath test, before returning an evidentiary breath test result of .131 percent.

The 55-year-old Maryborough man has had his licence suspended for 12 months and was issued with a penalty notice.