One of Busselton’s top cops is urging drivers to rethink their actions behind the wheel after charging nine drivers with drinking or speeding offences in eight days amid a horror week on the region’s roads. Busselton Senior Sergeant James Bradley issued the call, saying there had been “far too many” fatal or serious crashes on South West road, yet his officers were still catching motorists who were blatantly “putting others at risk”. His call comes after 25-year-old man died in a crash in Kalgup in the early hours of Saturday morning, six days after a man in his 40s was airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital after his car smashed into a tree in Vasse. Within the same period, a 22-year-old man was caught driving nine times over the legal limit — blowing a reading of 0.462 — while another man was caught hooning down the road at 166km/h. Sen. Sgt James Bradley said the high alcohol levels were of “major concern”, with officers targetting these drivers as a way to keep other road users safe. “All these drivers are doing is putting others at risk,” he said. “Far too many fatal or serious crashes are happening in the South West.” “We urge all road users to consider their actions when getting behind the wheel and the potential serious outcomes they may have.” “Thank you to the public for reporting incidences like this one and we ask you continue to do so.” The 22-year-old man was arrested after several calls from the public about the man’s driving. He was later found by police in the car park of a Broadwater shopping centre and will face court next month. In Busselton Magistrate’s Court this week alone, there were five drink-driving appearances, including a mother found driving along Caves Road with three young children in her car, producing a blood alcohol level nearly four times over the legal limit. Of the nine charges processed in the past week, offences include reckless driving, four charges of driving under the influence of drugs and four drink-drivers.