Two men arrested on suspicion of drink driving after crash in London Road, Westcliff

Two men have been arrested after a car crashed in Westcliff

Police were called to London Road outside the Plough pub at 11.45pm last night after the green Rover smashed into railings. 

A 31-year-old man and a 37-year-old man, both from Westcliff, were arrested on suspicion of drink driving. 

Both are currently in custody. 

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8:51am Mon 12 Nov 12

lawbreaker says...

they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off!
they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off! lawbreaker
  • Score: -3

8:55am Mon 12 Nov 12

Chap says...

Obvious troll is obvious.
Obvious troll is obvious. Chap
  • Score: 1

9:10am Mon 12 Nov 12

howironic says...

Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving?
Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving? howironic
  • Score: 0

9:25am Mon 12 Nov 12

tophatdt says...

howironic wrote:
Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving?
perhaps the car had dual controls and two steering wheels, and they were blaming each other! (seriously, what is the true answer?)
[quote][p][bold]howironic[/bold] wrote: Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving?[/p][/quote]perhaps the car had dual controls and two steering wheels, and they were blaming each other! (seriously, what is the true answer?) tophatdt
  • Score: 1

9:43am Mon 12 Nov 12

Olivia2847 says...

lawbreaker wrote:
they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off!
Are you for real?
[quote][p][bold]lawbreaker[/bold] wrote: they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off![/p][/quote]Are you for real? Olivia2847
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9:43am Mon 12 Nov 12

Olivia2847 says...

lawbreaker wrote:
they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off!
Are you for real?
[quote][p][bold]lawbreaker[/bold] wrote: they should of got out and run. I did that once, i was drink driving, i actually got pulled over, I stopped and got out and run! And I got away too. What would you rather a drink drive charge or run off![/p][/quote]Are you for real? Olivia2847
  • Score: 0

3:05pm Tue 13 Nov 12

perini says...

tophatdt wrote:
howironic wrote: Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving?
perhaps the car had dual controls and two steering wheels, and they were blaming each other! (seriously, what is the true answer?)
Breathalyze both and then drop charges on one after establishing who the actual driver was.
I believe that is the tactic used because if the blame game was to drag on for some time and then one admitted the offence the evidence would be lost, so they take readings of all people in car and then the relevant reading can be used later. I think!!
[quote][p][bold]tophatdt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]howironic[/bold] wrote: Why is the passenger arrested for drink driving?[/p][/quote]perhaps the car had dual controls and two steering wheels, and they were blaming each other! (seriously, what is the true answer?)[/p][/quote]Breathalyze both and then drop charges on one after establishing who the actual driver was. I believe that is the tactic used because if the blame game was to drag on for some time and then one admitted the offence the evidence would be lost, so they take readings of all people in car and then the relevant reading can be used later. I think!! perini
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