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Tossing bottle of alcohol out the truck window gets one man arrested

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Littering gets one man busted in Midland.

Provincial police received a call from the public stating they had just watched a driver tossing a liquor bottle out the window of a parked GMC pickup truck in a parking lot on Jones Road Wednesday around noon.

An officer located the driver and determined the 66-year-old Tiny Township man showed signs of impairment.

Police charged the man with operation while impaired charges, and he lost his licence for 90 days and has a March 21 court date.

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