A Quebec teen is facing charges after police received a call about a possible impaired driver in the Beaverton area Friday (Aug. 6).
According to the DRPS, a resident reported that the vehicle was “all over the road” and subsequently pulled in to a local business to purchase fuel.
“The driver went inside to pay for his fuel and to purchase a slice of pizza,” reads a social media post from police.
Witnesses identified the driver, who reportedly showed signs of impairment when approached by officers.
“The driver provided two suitable breath samples and blew over the legal limit,” the post reads.
The driver – a 19-year-old from Quebec – has been charged with impaired operation, exceed 80 mg and fail to comply with undertaking.
The vehicle has been impounded for seven days and his drivers’ licence suspended for 90 days, police noted.