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A man has been charged with drink driving and other motoring offences after a car was stopped in Derby last weekend.
The charges relate to an incident on Saturday 6 February when officers stopped a car in Upper Boundary Road at around 6pm, due to the manner of driving.
Gareth Williams, 37, of Cromwell Road, Derby was arrested and subsequently charged with driving without a licence and driving without insurance, in addition to driving under the influence of alcohol.
He is due to appear at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court on 12 April.
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