Drunk Driver Drives Himself To Police Station

DUI SUSPECT GIVES DRIVE-UP SERVICE TO THE TORONTO POLICE

A man who drove to a Toronto police station to find out if he was
sober enough to be behind the wheel was charged with drunken driving.

Norman Newmarch, 60, arrived at a police station about 8:30 a.m.
Sunday. Unaware he was being watched by police, he tried to park and
nudged a cruiser, Constable Peter Irish said.

Irish said Newmarch drove to the station because he wanted to know if
he had ”slept it off through the night” and was fit to get behind the
wheel. Newmarch was given two blood-alcohol tests and charged with
driving under the influence of alcohol.

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