A DRIVER that was stopped at a garda checkpoint in Limerick and tested positive for multiple substances was arrested.
The Limerick Roads Policing Unit stopped the driver at an impairment checkpoint in the city.
The driver tested positive for cocaine, benzodiazepines and cannabis.
The driver also had no licence, according to gardai, who said the motorist was arrested, with a court date to follow.
Limerick Roads Policing Unit stop this driver in Limerick City at an impairment checkpoint, also had no driving licence or insurance. Arrested and court to follow pic.twitter.com/jPRgcXTW9p— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) October 30, 2018