Police have charged 80 motorists after a four-day, high-visibility operation in Logan.
Charges included 10 drunk drivers and 12 people behind the wheel while under the influence of drugs.
Six of those drink drivers were low-range, with four mid-range charges laid.
It comes after a man dozed off in his car in the Pub Lane Tavern car park on July 25.
Police also booked two people for driving over the speed limit. One driver was clocked at 149km/h in a 100km/h zone. and another was stopped after doing 128km/h on an 80km/h stretch.
Police also nabbed 14 unlicensed drivers and laid 12 drug-related offences.
Police also issued 55 traffic infringement notices for motorists driving while using phone, learner drivers driving unaccompanied and unregistered and defective vehicles.
Almost 2000 motorists were breath-tested during Operation Titus, which ran from July 30 to August 2.
Police found drugs and more than $10,000 cash during one stop.
Jimboomba police joined colleagues from Browns Plains, Logan Central, Springwood and Crestmead for the operation.
Officers stopped a car at the corner of Bryants Road and Mandew Street in Loganholme.
They charged a 25-year-old Warwick woman with two counts of possessing dangerous drugs, one count of possessing utensils, one count of possessing tainted property and one count of possessing property suspected of having been used in a drug offence.
She is due to appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on October 20.
Senior Sergeant Michael Leafe said police across the district continue to take targeted, proactive measures to ensure the safety of the local community.
"As a result of this operation numerous people will now face court for alleged offences that, in many cases, could have significantly harmed innocent members of the community," he said.
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