COPS in Clydebank have reported four men who were all allegedly driving whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs, in four separate incidents recently.

In four days, police officers dealt with the four different motorists who had been allegedly been driving illegally, including the 26-year-old mentioned in a previous Post story.

On May 12, cops arrested a 20-year-old on Mossgiel Drive after he was reportedly driving in a careless manner and whilst under the influence of cocaine. He was also charged with having no insurance.

The following day, at Perth Crescent, a 44-year-old man was arrested for alleged drink driving.

Police stopped him at 5.30pm, just two hours after a separate incident on Dumbarton Road.

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And on May 15, at Lilac Avenue, a 26-year-old man was arrested and released for report pending results for allegedly driving whilst under the influence of cocaine.

Last month, Police Scotland reminded motorists of the importance of being safe on the roads.

Superintendent Simon Bradshaw said: “Drink or drug driving is never acceptable and it is astonishing to see people behave so recklessly, particularly when we all need to be doing our bit to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives.

“Officers remain on patrol on the road network and in local communities to deal with illegal driving behaviour in order to keep people safe.

“The consequences can be fatal and it simply is not worth the risk.

“Now, more than ever, we urge motorists to drive safely and legally.”