Multiple violations found as driver stopped for blue headlights

James Kon

Police personnel of the Traffic Control and Investigation Department of Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) who stopped a vehicle with blue headlights found drug paraphernalia inside it.

According to a RBPF statement, traffic police while on a routine patrol along Jalan Tutong, Kilanas stopped the vehicle driven by the 26-year-old local woman for driving with illegal headlights at 1am on Monday.

Investigations revealed other violations including the driver not having a valid driving licence and an expired road tax.

Police personnel who also found drug paraphernalia, contacted the Narcotics Control Bureau to take over the investigation.

The vehicle with blue headlights. PHOTO: RBPF