Glovertown RCMP conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle observed pulling into a commercial property currently closed for business during the early morning hours of Saturday, March 9 and found the driver was allegedly impaired by alcohol.
A 65-year-old man from Glovertown was arrested for impaired driving and provided breath samples that were over the legal limit, according to a RCMP release.
The man was charged for impaired driving, his vehicle was towed and impounded for thirty days and he was issued a driver's license suspension. He was released from custody and has a court date set for May 28.
It was the fifth impaired driver that has been caught by the Glovertown RCMP so far in 2019, the release notes.