DUBBO'S police are still disappointed they are still catching drivers with high levels of alcohol in their blood.
Orana Local Area Command duty officer, Inspector Brad Johnston said during the three days of operation Drink Drive 2, 829 drivers were subjected to random breath tests and two drivers were charged.
One was a 37-year-old Dubbo woman who was charged with a mid-range PCA (prescribed contents of alcohol) after being apprehended in a roadside test at 11.30pm on Thursday night.
Inspector Johnston said a 26-year-old man was also charged on Thursday evening with driving while disqualified, driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle and has had his license suspended until 2035.
On Friday a 26-year-old Victorian man was charged with a mid-range PCA offence.
"It's disappointing people will still drink and drive," Inspector Johnston said.
"But if they do we will continue to charge them," he said.
Across the state, police charged nearly 200 people during the three-day operation targeting drink driving after carrying out more than 150,000 breath tests on drivers across the state.
Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner John Hartley, said while the vast majority of drivers were doing the right thing, some still refuse to heed the warnings.
"It only takes one driver to drink too much and get behind the wheel, for innocent lives to be lost," Assistant Commissioner Hartley said.
Two Wagga Wagga drivers were apprehended during day three of Operation Drink Drive 2.
About 3.30am on Sunday, a 17-year-old female learner driver was stopped on Trail Street at Wagga Wagga.
She was driving without her headlights on and had three teenage passengers who were not wearing seatbelts.
Police also stopped a 35-year-old man in Bourke Street, Turvey Park near Wagga Wagga.
The man allegedly stopped short of a random breath test site and turned his headlights off. He returned a breath analysis of 0.106.
His car was found to be unregistered.
At 5.20pm on Saturday police from Gundagai Highway Patrol detected an 18-year-old Punchbowl man driving north along the Hume Highway at Mundarlo at 144km/h.
The p-plater has been charged with driving in excess of 45km/h over the speed limit and had his licence suspended.