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Man (43) from Spalding arrested and charged with disqualified driving and having no insurance

A 43-year-old man from Spalding has been arrested and charged with driving when banned from doing so.

Wayne Rule appeared at Lincoln Magistrates Court on Saturday charged with two counts of disqualified driving and two of driving without insurance.

Rule was arrested on Friday and then charged in relation to incidents that took place on Friday, August 30, and Saturday, August 31.

Lincolnshire Police news. (16689685)
Lincolnshire Police news. (16689685)

Inspector Gareth Boxall, South Holland sector neighbourhood policing inspector, said: "Whatever the reasons might be for a person to be disqualified from driving, our officers try to find time in-between all their other work to make sure those who ignore disqualifications, or do not have insurance, are brought to justice.

"Police officers do this not only to ensure the law is upheld but to keep other road users in South Holland safe."

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