In the night to tuesday, cyclists were checked during traffic controls in habfurt and zeil, because they were on the road without lighting. A 38-year-old man was found to have an odor of alcohol. A voluntary test revealed a value of 1.0 per mille. In addition, he lost a lump of hashish of 0.45 grams in front of the officers, which is why he is now facing charges for possession of narcotics.
A 36-year-old man, who was also driving in a serpentine manner and against the prescribed direction, was also found to have a strong odor of alcohol, whereupon a voluntary test revealed a value of 1.68 per mille. After a blood sample was taken, he was only allowed to push his bicycle.
The third cyclist was found with 0.6 grams of hashish and 0.1 grams of amphetamine in his shirt pocket, after the 31-year-old had not been able to identify himself and had been searched for an identity document.
In addition, 7.5 grams of hashish were found in a subsequent check on an 18-year-old passenger car occupant from zeil, who was behaving very conspicuously when passing the police patrol. As a result, a further 27 grams of hashish and a hemp mule were seized during an apartment inspection. Also the cell phone of the young man was confiscated for evaluation.