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P.E.I. teenager pleads guilty to drunken drive on Charlottetown soccer field

Charlottetown police responded April 16 to a call of a motorist driving a vehicle on a soccer field.
Charlottetown police responded April 16 to a call of a motorist driving a vehicle on a soccer field. - 123RF Stock Photo

An intoxicated young woman told police she was at a loss to explain how her vehicle ended up in a soccer field.

Olivia Jane Frankfurt, 19, pleaded guilty Monday to failing a breathalyzer and damage to property.

Police responded on April 16 in Charlottetown to a call of a motorist driving a vehicle on a soccer field.

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When police arrived, a hysterical Frankfurt was unable to explain what had happened.

Her readings were more than double the legal limit.

Sentencing was set aside until June 13 to allow Frankfurt to continue with detox and then transfer to the Strength program, which offers a range of programming and supports, both residential and day treatment, for youth ages 15-24 and their families who are dealing with substance abuse and mental health issues.

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