Armed cops arrest WB man for dangerous driving

| 12/06/2017 | 4 Comments

(CNS): A West Bay man is facing a list of traffic violations after he failed to stop for police when he was speeding along North West Point Road on Saturday at around 1:30pm. He was hailed to stop by armed officers but he failed to stop so they followed the vehicle, which eventually stopped further along North West Point Road. The 40-year-old local driver was arrested for various infractions, including dangerous driving. He is now on police bail and the investigation into this matter continues, the RCIPS said.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Good to know there is a law against “dangerous driving”. If they start writing tickets for that offence the Police force could be self funding.
    Add a requirement for Police to advise the driver’s insurance company and you would see positive behavioral changes in a hurry.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Did they find their own inspector yet ?

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Low hanging fruits…what about the shooting lastnight

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  4. Regular Civilian says:

    The Police ain’t stopping after traffic accidents why should we the public stop???? This little place is going down hill rapidly now? Well like EX Commish Baines said they are here to reflect the diversity of the community?

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