Local Police in Guardamar del Segura arrested a Spanish driver for an alleged crime against road safety on Saturday, more than five times over the legal limit for alcohol whilst driving.
The arrest came when officers observed a car making unusual movements and considered that the driver may have consumed alcohol. They proceeded to stop the vehicle and request that the driver gave a voluntary breath test.
Following the completion of the test, the officers found that the driver registered 1.35 mg / l of alcohol, more than five times the rate of 0.25 mg / l allowed by law.
The Police report that the arrest took place on suspicion of a crime against road safety, with the intention to submit the case for a speedy, with the likely outcome being a hefty fine, up to six months in prison or up to twelve months community service.
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