Three people charged in Fort McPherson for impaired driving

RCMP arrested and charged the three in separate incidents within the same week.


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Three people are facing impaired driving charges in Fort McPherson.

Local RCMP arrested and charged the individuals in separate incidents over the same week.

The first was on Aug. 9 when police stopped a man in a pick up truck that was in front of the detachment.

“He provided breath samples that were over twice the legal limit,” according to a news release.

On Aug. 15 and 16, police stopped two women in similar incidents where they were each driving an ATV while impaired.

The three are scheduled to attend court at a later date.

“We want to thank the community members for working with the RCMP in making Fort McPherson a safer community,” said Sgt. Mark Bishop, detachment commander of Fort McPherson RCMP.

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Francis has been a general news reporter with CKLB since January 2019. Originally from rural Ontario, he first came to the NWT in 2016 as an intern with Up Here magazine and fell in love with the North. In his time with CKLB, he's had the immense pleasure and honour of learning about northern Indigenous cultures. Otherwise, you can find him hanging around the Legislative Assembly. If you have a story or want to chat, reach out to francis@cklbradio.com