Update 5.30pm Tuesday June 11:
A sum total of 83 motorists were caught speeding across the Horsham and Northern Grampians police areas across the long weekend.
Victoria Police have released the final results of their weekend road safety blitz, Operation Regal. It shows 29 motorists were caught in the Horsham area and 54 in the Northern Grampians.
In Horsham, a further three motorists were caught disobeying road signs, two each for driving unregistered vehicles and on drugs and one for mobile phone offences.
There were no drink drivers, however in the Northern Grampians three motorists were charged for this offence, and another three for driving unregistered vehicles.
Statewide, a cyclist, pedestrian and driver were killed during the four-day police operation. The incidents take the state's lives lost total for 2019 to 147, a 55 more than the same time last year.
Speeding topped the list of detected offences, with 3,451 people caught over the limit.
Road Policing Command Assistant Commissioner Stephen Leane said that despite an increase in police enforcement, three lives were still lost over the weekend.
"When comparing to last year's Operation Regal, Victoria Police completed double the amount of drug tests and caught more people both drink driving and speeding," AC Leane said.
"We are doing as much as we can to encourage the community to change their behaviour, but need everyone on board to make a difference on our roads."
During last year's operation, Horsham Police Service Area officers nabbed one drink driver, three drug drivers, and 38 speeding drivers.
Monday June 10:
A Melbourne teenager was one of at least 13 drivers to be caught speeding in the Wimmera over the long weekend.
Northern Grampians police said officers detected the 18-year-old from Tarneit travelling at 139 km/h on the Western Highway at Great Western, a 100 zone, on Monday. "The P1 licence holder received a $604 fine and his driver licence will be suspended for six months," police said in a statement. "He denied (this) by stating he had cruise control on."
It followed a 46-year-old Great Western man being nabbed at 140km/h in a 100km/h zone on the Western Highway at Dobie on Sunday. Meanwhile, Donald police gave out four penalty notices for speeding drivers, reaching speeds between 127km/h and 130km/h on the Calder Highway.
NHILL police Leading Senior Constable Karyleen Hately said police had issued four motorists with speeding fines on the Western Highway near Nhill on Friday.
She said one motorist was fined for travelling 126km/h in a 100km/h zone.
IT has been a busy long-weekend so far for police across the region.
On Sunday morning Northern Grampians police nabbed a 46-year-old Great Western man at 140km/h in a 100km/h zone on the Western Highway at Dobie.
The man was fined $604 and his licence was suspended for six months.
Donald police have so far given out four penalty notices for speeding drivers, reaching speeds between 127km/h and 130km/h on the Calder Highway.
It comes after St Arnaud police caught seven speeding motorists in the space of eight hours on the Wimmera Highway on Friday.
Station commander Sergeant Bill Alford said five of the motorists were caught speeding between 15 and 25km/h over the 100km/h speed limit.
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