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Last weekend, Thompson R.C.M.P. laid charges in 2 separate impaired driving incidents.

 

 One male was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle over .08 resulting in a blood alcohol reading of twice the legal limit.  He was also charged with driving an unregistered vehicle, having open liquor in a vehicle and driving without vehicle liability insurance. 

 

In a separate incident, police responded to a construction zone Saturday morning where a male drove through a barricade, challenged the workers to a fight, and then drove away. 

 

Police located and observed the vehicle travelling at high speeds through a residential area.  He stopped and fled from police on foot.

 

The driver was charged with numerous charges, including dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, mischief under $5,000.00, impaired operation of a motor vehicle and having open liquor in a vehicle. 9 tickets were also issued. 

 

Both are set to appear in Provincial Court next month.

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