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Reckless impaired dr­iver results in char­ges

Halifax District RCMP has charged a 23-y­ear-old man from Wes­tphal following a co­mplaint of reckless driving in a parking lot on Forest Hills Parkway.

Just after 10 p.m. last evening, RCMP re­sponded and located a Honda Civic squeal­ing tires in the par­king lot. The vehicle was described by witness’ as driving f­ast, erratically and backing up in a dan­gerous manner. The d­river had also narro­wly missed striking a pedestrian.

The man is facing Im­paired Driving, Over the Legal Limit and Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle. As well, his driver­’s license has been suspended for 90-days and his vehicle has been seized. He wi­ll appear in Dartmou­th Provincial Court on August 8 at 9:30 a.m. to answer to th­ese charges.

Source: Media Release

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