Mr Webb was taken to court before then spending three nights on remand in a cell at Addiewell Prison in West Lothian - more than 100 miles away from his home.
He claims that he did not receive an explanation or apology by the officers even after he was eventually released.
Mr Webb made a formal complaint for wrongful arrest soon after but this was rejected after two years of deliberation and was instead attributed to a 'quality of service issue'.I'm only surprised that anyone felt they could expect a quality service from Police Scotland!
He went on to contact the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner who ordered that five officers who had been involved were arrested and reported over allegations of criminal neglect of duty and attempting to pervert the course of justice to the Crown Office.
But after a further two-year investigation it was decided that none of those involved would be prosecuted.Gosh. I'm shocked. Shocked...
Three of the officers have now retired and it is unclear whether any have faced - or will face - disciplinary action.Oh, I think it's pretty clear.
It is now thought that one of the officers is in fact suing the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner over his arrest by investigators.YCMIU, could you?