Two closed sections of the T’Railway Provincial Park reopen
Repairs have been completed to two more sections of the T’Railway Provincial Park that were damaged by heavy rains last October.
If you drink or use drugs and decide to take a nap in a vehicle, you can still be charged under the Highway Traffic Act with impaired driving.
One 33-year-old man was charged with impaired driving Tuesday, along with other related traffic act violations after the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary received a call around 5:20 p.m. of an impaired driver in the centre of St. John's.
Upon arrival, the RNC said police officers located a man asleep in a vehicle.
Through the investigation, the man was charged with impaired driving, driving while prohibited, driving while suspended, breach of two court orders and possessing stolen property.
The accused was held at the city lockup overnight to appear in court this morning.
Section 60.02 of the Highway Traffic Act allows RNC to charge a person with impaired driving, even if they are asleep in a vehicle, because they still have "care or control of that vehicle."
Here's the section: