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Police clamp down on anti-social driving on Exmouth seafront

By Will Goddard

21st Sep 2022 | Local News

Devon and Cornwall Police vehicle (Pixabay)
Devon and Cornwall Police vehicle (Pixabay)

Police are currently prosecuting two men for driving "without due care and attention" after incidents in Exmouth's Maer Road and Foxholes car parks.

The men will attend court soon.

The force has said that it continues to get complaints about anti-social driving on the seafront and warns that it has adopted a "zero-tolerance stance" towards offenders.

Foxholes and Maer Road car parks, Exmouth (Google Maps)

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Officers from the Exmouth Neighbourhood Team are currently prosecuting two men for driving without due care and attention.

"The incidents took place in the Maer Road and Foxholes car parks. They will attend court in due course.

"We continue to get complaints about anti-social driving on the seafront and we have adopted a zero-tolerance stance towards offenders."

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