A taxi driver on his way to do the school run in Bury St Edmunds has been arrested for drink driving.
When police stopped the taxi driver they found that he had a glass containing alcohol in the centre console of his vehicle.
Police from the roads and armed polcing team stopped the can and he was found to be more than 4 times over the drink drive limit.
Taxi stopped on the way to a school run after being seen driving dangerously in #burystedmunds today, alcohol found in centre console. Arrested for #drinkdriving & has provided evidential reading of 158ugs in custody, legal limit is 35ugs. #fatal4 @BuryStEdsPolice #1320 #1787 pic.twitter.com/prSZHOP7Uw
â Norfolk & Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team (@NSRAPT) January 14, 2019
Else where, 39 motorists were caught speeding in Bury St Edmunds yesterday (Monday 14th January). Suffolk Police published the figures on twitter on day one of the police chiefs speeding campaign.