A 32-year-old Keswick man has been charged with impaired driving and South Simcoe Police say it is the second time in lower than a month the accused was pulled over for a similar offence.
In an announcement launched on Tuesday, police mentioned officers have been referred to as at round 4:30 p.m. on Monday by a resident a couple of male driver in a parked car on 10th Sideroad in Bradford West Gwillimbury.
Police mentioned when officers spoke with the person, they may scent alcohol. Officers administered a roadside alcohol screening check and he was arrested. After he was taken to the police station, the assertion mentioned it was decided he had 3 times the authorized restrict of alcohol in his system.
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Because the investigation continued, police mentioned officers realized the person’s driver’s licence was beforehand suspended twice. The primary suspension was for unpaid fines and the second suspension, which was for 90 days, was in place after the accused was charged with impaired driving in late October.
Police mentioned the person, who hasn’t been recognized, was charged with having greater than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, impaired care or management of a motorized vehicle, driving whereas underneath suspension, and having care or management of a motorized vehicle with open liquor.
IMPAIRED DRVING – AGAIN: A 32-year-old Keswick man is dealing with a second cost of impaired driving in lower than a month. Particulars in our Media Launch for Tuesday, November 20, 2018. https://t.co/vbdYg1bGaj… pic.twitter.com/t3jG8X7kXG
— South Simcoe Police (@SouthSimcoePS) November 20, 2018
The accused was held in custody pending a bail listening to.
In the meantime, police thanked the resident for alerting police to the state of affairs.
“By making the decision, an impaired driver was faraway from the street – once more,” the assertion mentioned.
“After we work collectively, we are able to all do our half to maintain our communities secure.”