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Impaired driver fails breathalyzer test: OPP

A breathalyzer in this file photo. A breathalyzer in this file photo.
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South Bruce OPP laid impaired driving charges following a traffic stop in Brockton on Tuesday evening.

Police stopped a vehicle and noticed signs of impairment.

The investigating officer conducted a roadside-approved screening device test, which the driver failed.

The male operating the vehicle was arrested and taken to a Qualified Breath Technician for breath tests.

According to police, the accused 48-year-old from the Municipality of South Bruce, was driving impaired with a blood alcohol concentration of 80 or more.

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