Man charged with drink-driving as police warn another driver over ‘doughnut’
PUBLISHED: 16:50 14 July 2020 | UPDATED: 08:52 15 July 2020
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The owner of a car allegedly caught doing a doughnut in a mid Norfolk car park will be “caught up with”, police have warned.
It comes following an incident in Dereham, which saw a man charged with drink-driving.
Police officers responded to reports of a crash between two cars in Cherry Tree car park.
PC Paula Gilluley, Breckland community engagement officer, said: “Connor Prince, 21, of Oakland Drive in Beetley, was arrested at the scene shortly after 9.40pm on Friday, July 10. He has subsequently been charged with drink-driving, and bailed to appear at King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court from 9.30am on September 3.”
Police were also quick to warn another driver spotted in the area via a tweet posted to Breckland Police’s Twitter account.
They said another driver had been “seen to doughnut” and warned they would be “catching up with you in a few days”.
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