Two Peterborough men arrested after threatening call made to emergency services
A Peterborough roundabout was closed by police after emergency services received threats in a phone call.
The roundabout connecting Malborne Way, Goldhay Way and The Fletton Parkway was closed at about 1.30pm by officers investigating the incident.
A Cambridgeshire police spokesman said: “We were called today (12 February) at 12.50pm by a man who spoke to the call handler aggressively and made threats from a phone box in Herlington, Orton Malbourne, Peterborough.
“Officers attended the scene and stopped a vehicle nearby.
“The passenger of the vehicle, a man in his 40s from Peterborough, has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to cause criminal damage.
“The driver of the vehicle, also a man in his 40s from Peterborough, was also arrested, on suspicion of driving whilst unfit through drugs and possession of class B or C drugs.
“Both men remain in custody at Thorpe Wood Police Station.”