Eight drivers have tested positive for alcohol since Saturday, October 10. A 65-year-old motorist, living in Essonne, had 1.38 g of alcohol per liter of blood when he was detected, during the night from Saturday to Sunday, in Vernouillet. He was stationary on a roundabout.
Sunday, October 12, a 47-year-old motorist was checked in Dreux with 2.18 g of alcohol. He had just been involved in a minor accident.
Monday evening, around 11:30 p.m., in Chartres, a man was checked with 0.92 g of alcohol per liter of blood while driving. He also tested positive for narcotics.
7 hours before blowing
Tuesday, October 13, around 11 p.m., in Chartres, the police caught up with a car that had just committed a traffic violation. The driver, a 49-year-old Chartrain, had 0.90 g of alcohol per liter of blood when he agreed to blow … at 6 a.m.! He is also the subject of a complaint from three police officers for contempt and proceedings for rebellion.
On Wednesday October 14, a 37-year-old motorist was intercepted after a traffic violation in Vernouillet. The resident of Haute-Garonne had 1.7 g of alcohol at 6 p.m. The same day, at the same time, in Chartres, a 49-year-old Lucéen was tested positive while driving with a rate of 1.06 g. The man was not insured and was involved in a minor accident.
A marmoset seized by justice assigned to the zoo-refuge La Tanière de Nogent-le-Phaye
Saturday October 10, around 8 p.m., a driver was checked in the Druides district, in Dreux. The 24-year-old Saint-Sauveur-Marville resident tested positive for narcotics and was driving despite his license being canceled. He was also in possession of 1.83 g of cannabis resin.
Sunday, October 11, around midnight, a driver was pulled over in Dreux for speeding. This 19-year-old resident of Vernouillet was traveling despite his license being suspended and tested positive for narcotics. The man had 0.97g of herbal cannabis and 0.63g of cannabis resin.
Thursday, October 15, three other drivers, aged 29, 40 and 59 were intercepted in Chartres and Lucé. All were traveling without a permit. Two had more than a gram of alcohol in their blood.
In total, the police drafted eighteen traffic crime proceedings including eight for driving under the influence of an alcoholic state, three for driving under the influence of narcotics, four for defective driving license and three for defects insurance.