A driver speeding through a 90 km/hr zone near Lampman, Sask. was pulled over by the RCMP on Canada Day.
According to the RCMP, the vehicle was travelling at 124 km/hr.
During the traffic stop, the man showed signs of alcohol consumption according to police. In fact, it was learned he had recently remanded for public intoxication.
The driver did not have any identification and provided a name but was unable to provide a date of birth that matched the name provided and was arrested for obstruction and given a roadside screening device test due to the suspected alcohol consumption.
The driver failed the test and was transported to The Estevan City Police for breath samples. The breath samples provided were below the legal limit.
The suspect appeared in Weyburn Provincial Court on July 4, 2017.