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A Holden Captiva and Holden Calais have been impounded at Murray Bridge after two drivers were last night arrested.(ABC News: Dana Morse)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelTwo men have been refused bail after allegedly speeding through a South Australian border checkpoint and fleeing for nearly 200 kilometres before being stopped by police using road spikes.Key points:The two men repeatedly refused requests by police to stop their carsThey were eventually caught using road spikes at Tailem BendThe pair was refused police bail and will face the Adelaide Magistrates Court todayPolice say a Holden Captiva and Holden Calais approached a Dukes Highway checkpoint at Wolseley, near Bordertown, about 1:30am today.SA Police said officers signalled for the cars to stop, however, both continued on the highway. Police cars followed for a short time but lost sight of the pair, and called in back-up patrols and the police helicopter.The cars were spotted at a petrol station at Keith, about 220 kilometres south-east of the Adelaide CBD, and again just outside of Tailem Bend.After another brief police pursuit, road spikes were used to stop the cars near the Tailem Bend Hospital, where the pair were arrested and taken to the Adelaide City Watch House. Police said the two cars sped through a border checkpoint near Bordertown.(Supplied: SA Police)Both were charged with failing to comply with COVID-19 directions, failing to stop and driving unlicensed.The Adelaide Magistrates Court heard Dillon Mitchell, 26, was attempting to cross the border to visit his eight-year-old daughter and had a warrant out for his arrest on an unrelated matter since 2015. His co-accused, Dylan Martin, 26, had been visiting his partner in NSW and said he believed he was exempt from stopping at the border checkpoint.Both men will remain in custody until August.New COVID-19 laws proposedThe arrests are the latest in a series of incidents involving South Australia's hard border with Victoria.Earlier this week, two men and a woman were each fined between $3,000 and $3,600 after entering South Australia via the Riverland.All three were Victorian residents but claimed one of them needed urgent medical treatment after a motorbike accident. Also this week, two men faced court accused of sneaking into South Australia from Victoria by driving between two trucks in a truck lane.They claimed they did not see the checkpoint on the Dukes Highway at Wolseley.Proposed laws that went before state parliament this week mean those who breach coronavirus restrictions could be jailed for up to two years.The bill would also allow pharmacists to conduct COVID-19 tests and the State Government to charge $3,000 for returning international travellers to stay at hotels while in quarantine.People who breach the current laws, such as by entering South Australia from Victoria when not a local or essential traveller, currently face either an on-the-spot fine of $1,000 or a possible penalty imposed by a court of $20,000.
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