How many positive drug and alcohol tests were there 17th-20th November 2016 when the Victorian police conducted a road blitz at Koonoomoo Vic?
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From: Olwyn Mathers
Dear Victoria Police,
Could you please give me the numbers of positive drug and alcohol tests there were when police held a road blitz at Koonoomoo Vic, 17th to 2oth November 2016. I believe the main presence of the police was on the 20th Nov. I know a number of charges were made but I presume some of those tested may have had lower readings. I would also like to know if there were any charges made for possession of illegal substances at this time.
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