Two drink drivers arrested by police

Pacemaker Press 23/11/2016'Police launch  the annual winter drink drive operation in East Belfast on Thursday ,  and from midnight will be using new legislation which gives them the powers to perform random breath tests at vehicle checkpoints.'Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd explained, "Our basic message remains the same; there is no safe limit, so never EVER drink and drive. This new legislation gives police another tool that will hopefully help us to prevent people taking life-threatening, unacceptable, simply stupid risks.'Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 23/11/2016'Police launch the annual winter drink drive operation in East Belfast on Thursday , and from midnight will be using new legislation which gives them the powers to perform random breath tests at vehicle checkpoints.'Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd explained, "Our basic message remains the same; there is no safe limit, so never EVER drink and drive. This new legislation gives police another tool that will hopefully help us to prevent people taking life-threatening, unacceptable, simply stupid risks.'Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Two drink drivers were arrested in Portadown and Craigavon early last night (Tuesday, November 5). A further detection was made earlier in the evening at the Birches roundabout for no insurance and a host of other motoring offences.

A police spokesman said: “These type of motoring behaviours are unacceptable.”