Alleged drunk driver arrested in Montague liquor store parking lot

Published on February 5, 2016


A Lower Montague woman who was allegedly refused service after she drove to a liquor store drunk is facing impaired driving charges.

Kings District RCMP reported that on Feb. 4 at 9:25 a.m. they received a report of a drunk woman at the Montague liquor store.

An RCMP officer found the 62-year-old woman sitting in a vehicle in the store’s parking lot after she was refused service.

The woman allegedly showed signs of impairment and failed to give sufficient breathalyzer samples at the Montague detachment.

She will face charges of having care and control of a vehicle while impaired and failing to provide a breath sample.

Her vehicle was towed from the parking lot and impounded.

The woman is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Georgetown on March 31.