Speeding and liquor don’t mix

Driver slapped with three day roadside suspension after being stopped for speeding

A speeder in the 6900 block of the Pat Bay Highway near Island View Road was stopped in the early morning of Saturday, July 14.

During the routine traffic stop around 2 a.m. the officer noted the smell of alcohol on the 31-year-old Central Saanich woman.

The woman blew a warn twice in roadside screening tests and she was consequently issued a three day driving suspension.

Her vehicle was not impounded, but she was issued a speeding ticket.

 

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