Motorists warned not to evade cops, 20 collisions over the weekend
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) said that twenty motor vehicle collisions were reported over the weekend ending on November 5.
According to the RCIPS, they made four arrests while enforcing road safety, including three arrests for driving under the influence.
In some of the incidents, the police noted that motorists attempted to evade law enforcement, which potentially placed other road users at risk.
“We will continue to enforce the traffic laws for the benefit of the entire public, and those who leave the scene of an accident or attempt to evade police roadblocks and hails to stop will only compound their problems when caught,” said Inspector Yearwood, Head of the Traffic Management Unit
Below is a road collisions which occurred over the weekend.
18-year-old arrested on Saturday
A 18-year-old man of a West Bay address, was arrested on Saturday for suspicion of driving a vehicle with expired registration as well as possession of ganja and other related offences.
Reports are that RCIPS officers were conducting traffic checks on Crewe Road in George Town when they stopped a blue Honda Civic, after the driver attempted to evade the road block.
The vehicle was searched by officers from the K-9 and Traffic Units, who found a quantity of suspected ganja, along with drug paraphernalia.
The driver is currently on police bail.