February 28, 2022 2.00 pm

Police name suspected drug driver ‘found with stun gun in car’

He tested positive for cocaine

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.”