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Five charged with traffic offences in Turriff

By David Porter

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Five men, aged between 17 and 24 years, have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal for a number of alleged road traffic offences that took place in a car park off High Street, Turriff earlier this month.

The offences include dangerous driving, careless driving, and driving with no insurance or licence.

Road Policing Sergeant Scott Deans said:“Antisocial or dangerous driving in a town like Turriff can have a significant impact on the community.

"Road Policing will continue to patrol towns and villages in the north-east using both marked and unmarked vehicles and if antisocial driving is seen, it will be dealt with accordingly”

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