Drivers stopped in Cumbernauld by police in moves that led to arrests

The BP filling station at Craiglinn was the scene of a police incident on Thursday (June 2) after officer has reasons to stop a vehicle at 9pm.

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Officers smelled cannabis inside and the 29-year-old male driver was searched. A tub of herbal material believed to be drugs was found.

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A report on this incident will be sent to the fiscal.

Police have also made an arrest after having reason to stop another vehicle in the town's St Mungo's Road at 12.35am on Saturday. ( June 4) After drawing to a stop, the driver, a 22-year-old male was found to be smelling of alcohol as was his car.

Officers conducted a roadside breath test which the driver failed and he was Additionally, a subsequent police national computer check revealed the driver had no insurance to drive the vehicle, so the vehicle was seized.