A 20-year-old Montague woman is facing impaired driving related charges after she allegedly failed a roadside screening device Wednesday.
At around 7:30 p.m., Kings District RCMP received a call from a member of the public advising them of a possible impaired driver who had just left a local business.
Members of the Kings District RCMP located the vehicle moments later. The woman provided a breath sample that was more than the legal limit.
She was arrested for impaired driving related charges and was transported to the Montague RCMP Detachment, where she provided two further breath samples over the legal limit.
She was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Georgetown at a later date.
The woman's vehicle has also been impounded for 30 days.