Drunk-driver caught after town centre crash found in possession of knife
- Credit: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team
A man was found in possession of a knife after being arrested for drink driving.
It came after police attended the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Friday night in Beccles town centre.
One driver was breathalysed and blew a reading of 78µg at the roadside and 87µg in custody – more than twice the legal limit of 35µg.
Following their arrest for drink driving, the driver was also found in possession of a knife.
In a tweet about the incident Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team released an image of the blade, alongside the driver's breath test results.
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Officers also thanked Lowestoft Police for their assistance in the incident.
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