Cornwall news Unaccompanied learner driver in custody after failing drugs test UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The learner was alone, and tested positive for the drugs at the roadside

Cornwall news Unaccompanied learner driver in custody after failing drugs test UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The learner was alone, and tested positive for the drugs at the roadside

Cornwall news  Unaccompanied learner driver in custody after failing drugs test UK news
23 June 2022 - 17:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An unaccompanied learner driver has been taken into custody after failing a roadside drugs test. Officers pulled the Audi in Redruth earlier today (June 23) and later seized the vehicle. In a tweet shared to the official Devon and Cornwall Police - No Excuse Twitter account, a spokesperson explained that officers arrested the driver after the learner then tested positive for cannabis and cocaine. The full tweet read: "Audi stopped in #Redruth - driver unaccompanied learner and tested positive for cannabis and cocaine - now in custody & vehicle seized #NoExcuse #Fatal5 @DraegerNews @CambornePolice." Read more:Davidstow Creamery fined £1.5 million for killing fish and stinking out homes According to the UK Government website, you can be fined up to £1,000 and get up to six penalty points on your provisional licence if you drive without the right supervision. It is also illegal to drive if either: you’re unfit to do so because you’re on legal or illegal drugs you have certain levels of illegal drugs in your blood (even if they have not affected your driving) The police can stop you and make you do a ‘field impairment assessment’ if they think you’re on drugs.

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. They can also use a roadside drug kit to screen for cannabis and cocaine. If they think you’re unfit to drive because of taking drugs, you’ll be arrested and will have to take a blood or urine test at a police station. If you’re convicted of drug driving you’ll get: a minimum 1 year driving ban an unlimited fine up to 6 months in prison a criminal record Your driving licence will also show you’ve been convicted for drug driving. This will last for 11 years. The penalty for causing death by dangerous driving under the influence of drugs is a prison sentence of up to 14 years. Davidstow Creamery fined £1.5 million for killing fish and stinking out homes Three Newquay beaches named among the best in the UK Five Cornish towns make list of 'ghost towns' taken over by second homes Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan's life in Cornwall Appeal for witnesses after man seriously injured in crash near Truro

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