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58-year-old charged with impaired driving, allegedly registers over three times legal limit

Handcuffs and a breathalyzer device are displayed.  (OPP_CR) Handcuffs and a breathalyzer device are displayed. (OPP_CR)
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An Orangeville man has been charged with impaired operation after allegedly registering over three times the legal alcohol limit.

Caledon OPP say they received a report early Saturday morning from a driver who expressed concern over how a particular vehicle was being operated.

Officers then located the vehicle on Highway 9 near Gore Road in Caledon. They arrested the driver after determining he was impaired by alcohol.

OPP charged a 58-year-old man with operation while impaired - alcohol and operation while impaired - blood alcohol concentration (80-plus).

The accused is scheduled to appear in an Orangeville court in mid-March.

His vehicle was impounded for seven days, and his license was suspended for 90 days.

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