West Lothian driver arrested after being stopped for 'routine check'

Livingston Road Police made an arrest
-Credit: (Image: Road Policing Scotland)


A West Lothian driver has been arrested after a "routine check".

Police stopped the driver in Blackburn and they were found to have an expired licence, no insurance and were arrested on an outstanding warrant.

The driver has since been reported to the Procurator Fiscal, and the vehicle has been seized.

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Posting to X/Twitter, Road Policing Scotland said: "Livingston Road Police stopped this vehicle in Blackburn for a routine check.

"The driver was driving with an expired provisional licence (not supervised), had no insurance, no vehicle excise licence (VEL) & was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Vehicle seized & driver reported to the Procurator Fiscal."

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