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PC Jessica Brown Jun 19
Male arrested for drink drive - blew over 3 times the legal limit once back in custody. Then find out he’s also disqualified so further arrested. Shockingly he was attempting to pick his children up from school at the time.
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Devon Dog Handlers May 15
PD Annie tracked a drink driver who crashed his car and made off, locating him hiding in bushes. He tried to run but was too drunk and fell into a ditch. He then tried to fight Annies dad with the same outcome! 🐢🐾
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Glenn Lewis Jun 18
. any particular reason why one of your van drivers has driven into your Abercynon depot clearly using his mobile phone?
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Mid Devon Specials 1h
One of team arrested a drink driver following a 999 call from a member of the public. Following a court case they received a 36 month ban, Β£375 fine Β£38 victim surcharge, Β£775 cost to CPS, Β£250 course fee to get licence back.
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Josh Haase Mar 18
Parked up enjoying my afternoon croissant in a high visibility spot, the driver of the vehicle decided to repeatedly beep at me...being curious we stopped him... βœ… no licence βœ… no insurance βœ… roadside reading of 88 βœ… station reading of 118 βœ… βœ…
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Colin Shead πŸ“±+ 🚘 = ❌ Nov 23
A pregnant woman has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving in having tested positive for cocaine at the roadside. She also had three children in the car at the time.
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Telford Patrol Dec 29
Called to a concern for safety at McDonald's. Driver passed out at the drive through window, checked by , drug wiped, positive for cocaine, drug driving, arrested, never got her Big Mac. 20450
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Ps Greg Lovatt Apr 22
Strange call this morning!@WelshpoolPolice had a call from a vehicle πŸš— giving it’s location, make and model. Seemingly the car had phoned to inform us it had been in an RTC. Driver non to happy as he was a drink driver!
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CeredigionRPU Jun 15
1054 - Van driver stopped on mobile phone πŸ“± and ❌seatbelt. Its not handsfree if you’re holding it on speakerphone! Reported with points and fines to come
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Colin Shead πŸ“±+ 🚘 = ❌ Jun 3
A 91 year old female has been charged with drink driving following a RTC on Abbots Road last night.
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Humber Roads Police Jan 1
New year's Day not New year's race day. Speed checks this morning on the M180 nr Belton and these two motorists will be visiting the local courts for excess speed These excessive speeds cause a significant risk and offences will be dealt with Highest was 120mph. #79
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PS 558 Tom Marshall πŸš” Jun 16
Welshpool officers issue driver with S59 warning. Vehicle travelled at speed overtaking in a 30mph limit.
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PC Jonathan McDonald Apr 2
PC Ayling and I have stopped a driver on the A12 as the driver was on their mobile phone, driver also only has a provisional driving licence and no insurance. off to court they go! Another one off the road
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Telford Patrol Dec 30
Driver left a trail of destruction in Shifnal, but miraculously no injuries. Breath tested, blew 71, FAIL, over twice the limit, arrested & sobering up in a cell. Hope he got a fitbit for Christmas, he's going to be walking everywhere now! 20450 & 2737
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Humber Roads Police Feb 24
A1034 near Sancton. RTC - Driver has collided with two cars no injuries. Driver blew 104 at the scene and is now in custody #312 pp #1629
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Plodding Along Jun 15
Charged someone today 5 times over the drink drive level and no insurance thanks
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Humber Roads Police Feb 4
Some of the speeds today on the 50mph stretch of the A164 nr Driffield. One of two speeders today in excess of 80mph. #79
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Road Safety Wales Jan 29
A 7-mile drive at 30mph takes 14 minutes. The same journey at 35mph takes 12 minutes. Is it really worth risking a life for 2 minutes?
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Tumble Fire Stn Feb 18
A realistic consequence of drink driving! Is it worth it?
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Humber Roads Police Jan 13
Different day more drivers who put others at risk. Just followed a Nissan GTR along Brigg Road, Scunthorpe at 92mph in a 40mph limit Then the driver travelled at 66 in a 30mph limit Vehicle stopped and driver reported to the courts kills #79
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