Four motorists convicted of drinking and driving

Harry Sullivan
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TRURO  - Four drivers were convicted in provincial court on Wednesday after pleading guilty to failing the breathalyzer.

Truro court news

John David Christianson, 50, of 15 Coburg Crescent, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, placed on probation for 12 months and had his driving privileges revoked for two years.

Christianson’s probation terms include that he successfully take counselling for alcohol consumption.

A stipulation was also added that he specifically not operate a motor vehicle, despite the fact that condition is a regular part of the penalty for convicted drinking drivers during a license suspension.

The other three offenders: Cody Daniel Andrews, 24, of 100 Upham Rd., Masstown; George William Carr, 54, of 322 Lower Truro Rd.; and Alexander Edward Place, 19, of Harmony were each fined $1,200 and had their driving privileges revoked for one year.


Geographic location: Upham, Lower Truro

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