Sunday, September 24th, 2023

Summary of the Police Allegations against Natalie

In the early morning on November 22nd, 2008, a police officer watched a man enter the driver’s side of a parked vehicle in Kemptville. The vehicle was across the street from a loud party.

The man left the vehicle and the vehicle began to drive. Shortly after, the police officer stopped the vehicle. He observed that the car’s only occupant was a female. The officer noted a strong odour of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver.

At 2:45 am, the officer demanded a roadside breath test and the driver took it, registering an “F” or fail. Natalie was read her right to counsel and told the officer that she wanted to speak with a lawyer.

After the driver was transported to Kemptville Detachment, Duty Counsel was phoned and a Duty Counsel lawyer spoke with Natalie. A second breath test was taken using an intoxilyzer. A second officer advised that the first test had resulted in a reading of 213 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood. The second test’s reading was 213 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood.

The driver was charged with Over 80 and  released into the custody of her parents at 4:43 am.