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Highland police issue nine antisocial behaviour orders to drivers during patrols around retail park


By Val Sweeney

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Police said all of the drivers spoken to were male and under the age of 30.
Police said all of the drivers spoken to were male and under the age of 30.

Police officers issued nine antisocial behaviour orders to drivers over the weekend.

Police have received complaints about driver behaviour in the area around the Inverness Retail Park in Eastfield Way where officers carried out patrols between Friday and yesterday.

The area is an attraction for shoppers and cinema-goers from across the Highlands.

Police Sergeant Ewan Calder, of the road policing unit said: "It was disappointing to see so many offences being detected in a short period of time.

"Eight car drivers received an order along with a motorcyclist. All of these drivers were male and under the age of 30.

"Motorists driving in an antisocial manner is inconsiderate to nearby residents and we need those involved in dangerous manoeuvres and speeding to be aware of where they are and what is around them.

"We will continue to take enforcement action where necessary."




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