Police have charged Paul Kay with impaired driving - alcohol and drugs following a traffic stop that occurred Saturday evening.
A news release issued by the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service states that the accused performed poorly during both a standardized field sobriety test and a drug recognition evaluation.
Full text of the news release follows:
On Feb. 20, 2021 officers with Patrol Services charged 64-year-old Paul Kay with impaired driving - alcohol and drugs.
At 9:12 p.m. officers observed a vehicle driving erratically in the area of Pim Street. A traffic stop was conducted. Officers approached the vehicle where the accused was in the driver’s seat. Upon speaking with the accused, officers developed grounds to believe his ability to operate a motor vehicle was impaired by drugs.
The accused was given a standardized field sobriety test and he performed poorly. He was arrested and later given a drug recognition evaluation which he performed poorly.
He is charged with impaired driving – alcohol and drugs.
He is scheduled to appear in court on March 29, 2021.