A MAN who was allegedly found to be driving with only a provisional licence has been charged by police.

Officers stopped a black Audi A4 on the A82 south of Inveruglas shortly after midnight on Wednesday, April 14, and spoke with the driver of the vehicle, who was identified as a 38-year-old man from Glasgow.

According to police, checks confirmed that the man was the holder of a provisional driving licence and therefore was not insured to drive while unsupervised.

The man was charged and the vehicle was seized by police.

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In a separate incident elsewhere on the A82, an Arrochar man was charged with the possession of two offensive weapons.

Police attended a report of a motorcyclist who had come off his bike on the road at Inverbeg on Saturday afternoon, April 17 and identified a 30-year-old male who was being attended to by an ambulance crew.

The man was allegedly found to be in possession of two lock-back knives and he was subsequently charged by police.

Reports of the two incidents have been sent to the procurator fiscal.