Driver caught with drugs after being stopped by police for vehicle’s defective headlights and brake lights

PUBLISHED: 21:06 11 February 2018 | UPDATED: 21:06 11 February 2018

A police drug testing kit. Picture:Steve Adams

A police drug testing kit. Picture:Steve Adams

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A driver stopped for having defective headlights and brake lights was also found to be in possession of drugs.

The motorist, who was stopped in Castle Rising Road in King’s Lynn on Friday, February 9 tested negative on a drug swipe test.

However officers said he was “dealt with for possession of cannabis”.

King’s Lynn Police said on Twitter: “Male driver stopped for having headlights and brake lights out on castle rising road. Turns out he had a small amount of cannabis in his possession as well.

“Tested negative on drugs swipe but dealt with for possession of cannabis.”

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