A takeaway driver was pulled over for having no insurance before testing positive for drug-driving.
Officers from the Staffordshire Road Policing Unit stopped a vehicle in Cannock after checks revealed it was uninsured.
And the driver then tested positive for drug-driving.
The car was then seized and the driver is now in custody.
A police spokesman tweeted about the incident: “Unfortunately for this takeaway driver in the Cannock Area the only thing that was being delivered was by us in the form of swift justice.
“False insurance, failed drug wipe, car seized, arrested. Happy police officer, public protected.”
In Rugeley a driver has been arrested for being concerned in the supply of drugs.
The driver tested positive for cocaine and is now in custody.
A police spokesman said: “Vehicle stopped earlier on in the Rugeley, driver arrested for being concerned in drug supply offences and provided a positive drug test for cocaine. Room for one at Staffordshire custody and some questions to answer.”