On Saturday, a man awoke from his nap after striking a median in the Plaza de l’Ovest parking lot and was arrested by Sherbrooke police officers.
On Saturday around 12:30 p.m., a citizen called the Sherbrooke Police Department (SPS) to report that a vehicle had crashed into his vehicle’s median. Thanks to a good description of the car, police located the suspect in the parking lot of the Plaza de l’Ovest on Bourque Boulevard, SPS announced in a press release Saturday.
Police officers had to pry the 45-year-old from Morpheus’ arms to arrest him, only to find him heavily intoxicated.
Therefore, the person in question has been arrested for the offenses of driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a weapon and drug trafficking. Following the arrest, a loaded pistol and narcotics were found in the vehicle.
The man, who is known to police, was taken into custody Saturday evening and will appear Sunday afternoon on charges of driving while impaired by drugs, possession of a prohibited weapon and possession of drugs for kidnapping and several other violations. Test.
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