POLICE charged two men with knife possession in separate Greenock incidents.
Officers had reason to stop and search a male on Bearhope Street at 10:30am on Saturday.
The 39-year-old was allegedly found to be in possession of a lock-back knife. He is scheduled to appear at court on a later date.
Meanwhile police had reason to stop a car being driven by a 22-year-old man on Inverkip Road in Greenock at 9:40pm on Sunday.
Sergeant Jason Logsdon said: “On conducting checks of the driver and vehicle it was established that the driver was wanted on an outstanding warrant and also allegedly found in possession of a lock-back knife.
Area commander Chief Inspector Paul Cameron said: “The proactive work carried out by Inverclyde Police over the weekend resulted in weapons being removed. This makes Inverclyde a safer place.”