two motorists in police custody in Evreux

Two motorists found themselves in police custody a few hours apart at the premises of the police station in Evreux (Eure). The first, a 38-year-old man, was intercepted driving a Volkswagen Polo on Monday, April 11, around 11:30 a.m., while driving on rue Giraudoux in the La Madeleine district of Paris. Evreux.

During the check, the police quickly found that the driver was heavily alcoholic. Screening revealed a rate of 1.03 mg per liter of exhaled air, or 2.06 g of alcohol in the blood.

The 30-year-old Ebroïcien was taken to the police station to be sobered up. He was subject to an immediate suspension of the license and a procedure for lack of insurance. Released after a hearing, the defendant was notified of a summons to appear on prior admission of guilt for November 28.

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