Stopping vehicle without warrant to effect arrest

9 Stopping vehicle to find persons unlawfully at large or who have committed certain offences

A constable may stop a vehicle without a warrant to arrest a person if the constable has reasonable grounds—

(a)

to suspect that a person—

(i)

is unlawfully at large; or

(ii)

has committed an offence punishable by imprisonment; and

(b)

to believe that the person is in or on the vehicle.