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Fine and road ban for man stopped in police sobriety check

A motorist who was stopped by police carrying out sobriety checks has been disqualified from driving all vehicles for 18 months.

Tristan Raynor, 36, from Pembroke, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol when he appeared in Magistrates’ Court today.

The court heard that on February 26, officers doing roadside sobriety checks stopped Raynor, who was riding his bike, near Par la Ville Road.

He admitted to drinking before getting on his bike. In addition to being disqualified, Raynor was fined $1,500.

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