Island man arrested for driving while impaired by drugs

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STRATFORD - A 28-year-old Prince Edward Island man is facing charges of operating a vehicle while impaired by drugs after an incident here on the weekend.

Stratford RCMP arrested the man in the Petro-Canada parking lot on Jubilee Road after receiving a complaint from the public.

RCMP conducted a drug recognition evaluation on the man after he failed a standard field sobriety test.

Subsequently, RCMP charged the man with impaired operation of his vehicle. He will appear in provincial court this September.

RCMP also arrested a 21-year-old West Prince man for impaired driving at approximately 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Tignish.

The man had provided breath samples in excess of the legal limit and was charged.

He was released on a promise to appear in provincial court in July.

Organizations: RCMP, Petro-Canada

Geographic location: STRATFORD, Prince Edward Island, Tignish

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  • Observer
    June 02, 2014 - 08:04

    What is wrong with these idiots? They think they are above the law, and can put other lives at risk. No mercy: huge fines and real jail time. Plus confiscate the vehicle. And I don't wanna' here people wailing about the guy's poor family, blah, blah. If he cared about his family, he wouldn't drive impaired. If they cared about him, they would stop him.