Police Files – 23.1.20

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Offensive weapon
About 1.20am on Wednesday January 15, officers attended reports of a disturbance in the area of George Street in Oban. A man was later found, allegedly in the possession of a glass bottle. He was arrested and charged with possession of an offensive weapon, and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

Drink driving
About 1.35pm on Thursday January 16, officers stopped a vehicle in Lochside Road, Oban. The male driver, 36, was allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested and later released on an undertaking to appear at court on a later date.

Abusive behaviour
About 10pm on Thursday January 16, a vehicle was seen driving erratically in Dunbeg. The vehicle was stopped, and the female driver, 47, was allegedly found to be driving while under the influence of alcohol. The woman behaved in an abusive manner to officers and was arrested. She was detained in custody pending her appearance at court the following day.

Drugs
About 1.30pm on Friday January 17, police attended an address in Alma Crescent, Oban, where controlled drugs were allegedly recovered from within. The male householder, aged 37, was later charged with allowing persons to use the address for the consumption of drugs, and for the possession of Class A drugs. A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

If any member of the public has information in relation to the above, or to any incident, they can contact their local Police Station on telephone number 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.