A driver who tested positive for cocaine has been charged by police after a stun gun was found in the door of his car.
Lincolnshire Police officers stopped a vehicle driving erratically along Main Ridge East in Boston at 4.40pm on Wednesday, February 23. A drugs wipe was conducted and the driver tested positive for cocaine.
Officers also conducted a search of the vehicle and a taser was found and recovered.
Daniel Corneloues, 27, of Swift Gardens in Kirton, Boston was arrested for ‘driving a vehicle with a proportion of a specified controlled drug above the specified limit’ and for ‘possession of a weapon’.
Corneloues was later charged with possession of a weapon and is due to appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on March 16.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesperson said: “Our investigation continues into the suspected drugs offence.”
Another Vehicle stopped by Ops officers John Adams Way @BostonPoliceUK male has tested positive for cocaine on drug wipe. Officers searching the vehicle SHOCKED to find stun gun in the driver door. One to custody, interviewed and charged by officers #RPU #fatal4 #drugwipe pic.twitter.com/FRFQTzMuvW
— Lincolnshire Police Specialist Operations (@LincsPoliceOps) February 23, 2022