Wadern (ots) - On September 22.09nd, around 20:00 p.m., a police vehicle from the Wadern police in Wadern in the street "Im Brühl" checked a 37-year-old car driver from Losheim. It turned out that the woman's car was not was allowed. The attached license plates were secured on site. It also came to light that the 37-year-old no longer has a valid driver's license since August 2020. An examination of her ability to drive showed that she tested positive for amphetamine and metamphetamine.
The Wadern police are now reporting criminal charges on suspicion of forging documents, a violation under the compulsory insurance and vehicle tax law, driving without a driver's license and a violation of the 0,5 per mille law.
In the further course of the control, the emergency services also searched the 37-year-old's car, with her consent. Here the police officers found a pair of Luxembourg license plates, a room key, which was released when a car broke into Losheim-Waldhölzbach on 21.09. was stolen.
The search was then extended to the 37-year-old's apartment. She also agreed to this police measure. Here the police found all the stolen goods from the break-in of a BMW X1 on a hiking car park in Waldhölzbach from 21.09. After a telephone consultation, the injured vehicle owner identified that stolen goods found in the 37-year-old's apartment were his property.
Now she is expecting criminal proceedings for breaking into a car.
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Originally written by: Police inspection in North Saarland
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