A driver was arrested by police after failing a breath test.
The vehicle was stopped by Thames Valley Police officers after they spotted it driving ‘erratically’ between junctions 4 (Handy Cross) and 5 (Stokenchurch Interchange) yesterday afternoon (June 18).
Police performed a roadside breath test, which the driver failed and was arrested.
Document checks performed by the officers subsequently revealed the driver only held a bike licence and had no insurance.
The vehicle was seized by officers.
If you are found guilty of drink-driving you could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine.
If you are in charge of a vehicle while above the legal limit or unfit through drink you may get:
- 3 months’ imprisonment
- up to £2,500 fine
- a possible driving ban
This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.
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