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A drunk driver has been arrested after crashing right outside a police station.
The motorist was detained during the early hours of Saturday (27 March) morning, having smashed through a railing by the entrance to Northwich Police Station in Cheshire, UK.
The driver was breathalysed and found to be over the drink drive limit.
Northwich Police sarcastically praised the offender for 'handing themselves in'.
On Twitter, the force said: "If you do drink and drive, please be so kind to hand yourselves in like this chap. The driver was arrested in the early hours and later provided two positive samples of breath."
If you do drink and drive, please be so kind to hand yourselves in like this chap.- Northwich Police (@PoliceNorthwich) March 27, 2021
The driver was arrested in the early hours and later provided two positive samples of breath. pic.twitter.com/6dTg5Ks3o8
Earlier this week, a man in the US was arrested after he collected a missing wallet containing drugs from a police station.
Jacob Peck, from Huntington, West Virginia, went to Milton Police Department after being informed that officers had found his wallet.
A sniffer dog subsequently led officers to illegal drugs inside the 24-year-old's truck, and after searching it police found more drugs and scales.
Peck was arrested and officers confiscated a quantity of heroin, heroin laced with fentanyl, and crystal meth.
Peck was subsequently charged with possession of drugs with the intent to supply and obstructing an officer.
Sharing news of the arrest on its Facebook page on Wednesday (24 March), Milton Police Department wrote: "A found wallet containing narcotics call this afternoon lead Ptl Wynston Lloyd to arrest the owner of the wallet, Jacob C Peck, 24 of Huntington when he came to the office to pick it up.
"K-9 Fiona did a sniff of Peck's truck and indicated, leading to the discovery of additional drugs and scales.
"Heroin, Crystal Meth and Herion laced with Fentenyl was confiscated. Peck, charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and obstructing an officer was lodged at Western Regional Jail in lieu of $50,000 bond."
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