Beaverton pizza stop results in impaired charge for Quebec man
Published August 11, 2021 at 5:29 pm
A Quebec man has been charged with impaired driving after witnesses in Beaverton saw him driving “all over the road.”
Durham Police were called to a gas station on August 6 where the man had stopped for fuel and a slice of pizza. While inside witnesses identified him as the driver, a fact confirmed by the man when asked by police.
Police say the 19 year-old driver was showing “signs of impairment” and he subsequently submitted – and failed – a breathalyzer test.
The suspect was charged with Impaired Operation by alcohol, Impaired Operation Exceed, and fail to comply with an undertaking.
His vehicle was impounded for seven days, and his license suspended for 90 days.