Ontario Woman Charged With Impaired Driving After Approaching Police To Complain About Her Drug Dealer

A 36-year-old woman who originally flagged down provincial police officers to complain about the product sold by her drug dealer is facing impaired driving charges. The incident is alleged to have taken place May 7th in Sioux Lookout, Ontario. OPP officers were approached by the woman, who was driving a truck at the time. The woman told the officers she wanted to tell on her drug dealer. The officers suspected the woman to be under the influence of alcohol. After a breath test, it was determined that she was nearly two times over the legal limit.

The woman faces multiple charges including impaired driving, failing to produce proof of insurance, failing to properly display her licence plate, being a G1 driver without an accompanying driver. She was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in Sioux Lookout court.

The Canadian Press with details from TB Newswatch

Photo Credit: OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) via OPP.ca


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Scott Fox
Scott Fox