A driver caught doing burn-outs in Kelmscott became aggressive towards police when they told him they were impounding his car under hoon laws, police claim.
Patrolling Armadale officers saw the driver rev the engine of the Nissan Skyline and do a burn-out on Albany Highway, close to a group of vehicles gathered near a fast food restaurant about 12.20am.
Police suspect the drivers had met for a car cruise.
The driver of the Nissan Skyline then allegedly pulled into a side street, revved the engine again and did another burnout.
When officers stopped the car and told the driver his vehicle was being impounded, he allegedly became aggressive and had to be placed in the police van.
The 20-year-old man, from Forrestfield, will be charged by summons for reckless driving and disorderly conduct. The vehicle was impounded for 28 days.
Police also seized a car and a motorcycle under hoon laws in separate incidents yesterday.Pilbara Traffic officers allegedly caught a man driving a green Holden Commodore at 109km/h through a road works zone in Port Hedland yesterday.
The 32-year-old man was allegedly travelling 49km/h over the 60km/h speed limit on Great Northern Highway, near the intersection of Wilson Street.
Police impounded the car for 28 days and the 32-year-old South Hedland man has been summonsed for reckless driving.
Boddington and Williams police officers impounded a motorcycle after allegedly catching the driver travelling at 176km/h on Albany Highway in Mount Cooke.
The officers had been doing a speed detection operation when they stopped the motorcyclist about 12.55pm.The rider, a 26-year-old man from Warnbro, has been summonsed for reckless driving.