12 Aug 2022

Driver arrested after giving false name and address to Gardaí

Serves them right!

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CREDIT: An Garda Síochana

A driver has been arrested after giving a false name and address to Gardaí.

Gardaí in Cavan detected this van (pictured above) driving at 126km/h in a 100km/h zone.

The driver gave a false name and address but the Mobility App in use by gardaí showed his true identity.

Gardaí said: "No insurance, tax or driving licence. Van seized.

"Fixed Charge Penalty Notice issued and court appearance to follow for claiming false identity."

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