Toyota drove ‘erratically’ during suspected drug-fuelled trip in Hatfield

Police stopped the suspected drug-driver on the A1(M) at Hatfield.

Police stopped the suspected drug-driver on the A1(M) at Hatfield. - Credit: Twitter/@roadpoliceBCH

A suspected drug-driver was spotted driving his Toyota “erratically” in Hatfield.  

The Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Roads Policing Unit stopped the blue hatchback on the A1(M) last night (May 22). 

A police sergeant watched in horror after seeing the car “being driven erratically” across the main road in Hertfordshire shortly after 8pm.  

Officers Tweeted a picture of a marked Volvo police car behind the bright blue car at the side of the A1(M) following the incident.  

The driver was arrested after failing a roadside drugs test and the vehicle had to be recovered, all at a cost to the owner.  

A police spokesperson said: “Greetings from Team E South.  

“Our Sergeant, RS65, spotted this Toyota being driven erratically, he caused it to stop and a roadside drugs test showed positive for cannabis.  

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“Driver arrested so that evidential bloods can be obtained.  

“Vehicle recovered at owner's cost. A1(M) Hatfield.”