Mississauga driver faces out-of-town alcohol charges
The OPP have charged a Mississauga driver after a test registered four times the legal limit of alcohol in her system.
According to Nottawasaga OPP, on Sept. 18 officers responded to a call and located a suspect vehicle along a road in Essa Township.
After applying the test the person was charged.
Victoria Mlynarczyk, 26, of Mississauga is charged with operation of a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol and drugs, and operation of a motor vehicle while impaired with a blood-alcohol concentration over 80.
She was issued a 90-day licence suspension and seven-day vehicle impoundment and is scheduled to appear in court next month.
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