Police make two drink driving arrests in Banbury on Bank Holiday

Thames Valley Police make two arrests in Banbury in connection to drink driving incidents over the Bank Holiday weekend.

By Matt Elofson
Tuesday, 26th May 2020, 8:48 am
Updated Tuesday, 26th May 2020, 8:50 am

One of the incidents occurred after officers from the TVP Cherwell area responded to a road traffic collision in the Waltham Gardens area of Banbury.

Police took the driver of a Ford Focus, a 42-year-old Banbury man into custody yesterday, Monday May 25, on suspicion of drink driving.

Anyone who witnessed the RTC or has any information can call police on 101 and quote URN 935 of Monday May 25.

Photo from the road traffic collision in Waltham Gardens, Banbury. (photo from the TVP Cherwell Facebook page)

In an unrelated incident police are also looking for witnesses after receiving reports of dangerous riding on motorbikes in the Bretch Hill area of Banbury.

Officers with TVP Cherwell put out an appeal on social media requesting the identification of the motorcyclists.

An hour later officers had arrested someone for dangerous and drink driving.

Anyone who witnessed or has any information about the dangerous motorcycle riding in the Bretch Hill area they can call 101 quoting URN 1582 of Monday May 25.

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