Drunk driver caught speeding in Whistler school zone

By Brandon Barrett

RCMP news: bike thefts continue, intoxicated driver arrested in Pemberton
by Brandon Barrett
What started as a verbal warning turned into an immediate roadside prohibition for a Whistler man who was caught driving drunk in a school zone on Friday, Nov. 7.At around 12:30 p.m., RCMP observed a driver “break extremely hard” upon noticing a police vehicle parked on Lorimer Road near Myrtle Philip Community School, said Staff Sgt. Steve LeClair. Initially, the officer on the scene intended to give the driver a verbal warning for speeding in a 30km/h zone, but noticed the 24-year-old exhibited “signs of impairment and had an overpowering odour of liquor on his breath,” LeClair said.…

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Source:: Pique Newsmagazine

November 12, 2014


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