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Cameron Resident Charged With Impaired Driving After Concerned Tow Truck Operator Calls Police

KAWARTHA LAKES-A 51-year-old Cameron resident is facing impaired driving charges after a concerned tow truck driver called police.

Police say on Saturday, September 17 at 12:48 am the Kawartha Lakes Police received a call from a concerned tow truck driver about a possible impaired driver. According to police the tow truck driver had been called to remove a vehicle from the ditch that had left the roadway on Elm Tree Road in Lindsay. While in the process of hooking the disabled vehicle up, the driver of the disabled vehicle allegedly returned to the scene in a second vehicle.

During the investigation 51-year-old David Lotton of Cameron was charged with operation while impaired – alcohol and drugs and operation while impaired – blood alcohol concentration 80 plus.

The accused will appear at the Ontario Court of Justice, located at 440 Kent Street West in Lindsay on October 27, 2022.  


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