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Controls on the freeway: drug offences, fuel fraud and a drive into the crash barrier

2022-06-26T13:19:19.167Z

Controls on the freeway: drug offences, fuel fraud and a drive into the crash barrier Created: 06/26/2022, 15:10 By: Dominik Stallein During the course of the G7 summit, the police also increased controls on the A95. © Karl-Josef Hildenbrand/dpa The traffic police have a lot to do: a man doesn't pay his gas bill, Munich is too fast when it's wet and two men are driving under the influence of d



Controls on the freeway: drug offences, fuel fraud and a drive into the crash barrier

Created: 06/26/2022, 15:10

By: Dominik Stallein

During the course of the G7 summit, the police also increased controls on the A95.

© Karl-Josef Hildenbrand/dpa

The traffic police have a lot to do: a man doesn't pay his gas bill, Munich is too fast when it's wet and two men are driving under the influence of drugs

Wolfratshausen - The traffic police (VPI) Weilheim had some work to do on the A 95 last weekend - and that wasn't just to do with the increased security measures due to the G7 summit at Schloss Elmau.

Tank fraud in Höhenrain - traffic police find perpetrators on the A95

On Saturday morning, a car with a Polish license plate refueled at the Höhenrain Ost filling station and rest area.

Instead of paying the bill, however, the driver simply drove on in the direction of Munich.

The search by the traffic police was successful: a patrol checked the car at the Starnberger Dreieck.

The Uzbek car driver who lives in Poland settled the fuel debt of almost 127 euros as part of the processing.

After consultation with the Munich II public prosecutor, a security deposit was taken from the driver before he could continue his journey.

A criminal case awaits the driver.

Motorway: accident near Wolfratshausen - lost control in the wet

On a rain-soaked road, a 38-year-old from Munich drove way too fast in the direction of Seeshaupt on Friday evening and skidded shortly after the Wolfratshausen junction.

He crashed his car into the middle barrier, which was damaged over a length of about 25 meters.

The car itself was so badly damaged that it was no longer drivable – the police cannot yet quantify the extent of the damage.

According to the VPI, the damage to the crash barrier is around 2,000 euros.

Two drivers under the influence of drugs - traffic police arrested two perpetrators

During the course of the G7 summit, the VPI checked some vehicles at the Höhenrain service area.

The uniformed officers found several violations.

On Saturday morning, the officers checked a 29-year-old man from Munich.

Born in Kosova, he has been living in Germany for over six months, but he does not have a German driver's license, only the papers from Kosovo.

He was charged with driving without a license.

During the check, the police also noticed “typical drug failures”.

A toxicological report in the district clinic in Wolfratshausen prompted his second complaint that the man was under the influence of narcotics.

Also on Saturday - around 8:40 p.m. - police officers pulled out a driver who was under the influence of THC.  

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Source: merkur

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