Erratic drivers draw attention of Scottish police who later find almost $370,000 of cannabis

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A routine patrol turned out to be anything but ordinary for police officers in Lockerbie, Scotland who discovered an estimated £210,000 ($369,600) in cannabis this past Saturday after spotting a man driving erratically. The hefty seizure follows an incident at about 1:30 p.m. that day, in which Road Policing officers in Dumfries and Galloway engaged in a short pursuit of a BMW and a Mercedes after they failed to stop, according to Police Scotland . Pointing out that the vehicles being pursued were “driving in an erratic manner,” the police managed to trace the whereabouts of the Mercedes and its two occupants. Upon arriving at the location, though, the officers found the car abandoned in a field. With the help of the dog unit, the drivers was quickly traced and apprehended. Driver who earlier smoked weed hadn’t intended to drive, but needed to help a friend in need U.K. driver who tested positive for weed had cannabis in her car, false licence plates and absolutely no insurance Speeding and stunt driving while high is stupid at any age. But at 42 years old? C’mon dude “This recovery, and the good work involved from Road Policing officers and our dog unit, shows that criminals may try to evade us, but we will use every tool and tactic at our disposal to remove illegal drugs from our communities,” Detective Sergeant Andrew McDowall of the Dumfries Criminal Investigation Department says in the statement. A 28-year-old man has been arrested and charged with drugs and road traffic offences, Police Scotland reports. Two other men, both 26, were arrested and released pending further inquiries. Weed and vehicles are, clearly, not a good mix and have led to plenty of cannabis discoveries over the years, both big and small. Here at home, a 21-year-old female’s joyride…

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