Driver arrested on suspicion of drug-driving in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 21:59 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 21:59 01 October 2018

Police have arrested a driver on suspicion of drug-driving in Great Yarmouth.

Police have arrested a driver on suspicion of drug-driving in Great Yarmouth.


Police have arrested a man in Great Yarmouth on suspicion of drug-driving.

Officers with the Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing team said they had stopped a vehicle which was in poor condition and the driver then gave a positive drug-wipe.

Police can stop a driver who they think is on drugs, after which they can use a roadside drug kit to screen for cannabis and cocaine.

The police tweeted that the driver had also been charged after a previous result and was awaiting processing.

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