A 62-year-old Pineapple Street, East Ruimveldt, Georgetown man was ordered to pay $7500 or face a week in prison for driving under the influence of alcohol.Morris Maricano appeared before Magistrate Clive Nurse at the Linden Magistrate’s Court to answer to the charge.The court heard that on March 5, 2018, he drove motor car PPP 6022 on the Washer Pond Road, Mackenzie, Linden, while under the influence of alcohol which made him incapable of controlling the said vehicle.The facts stated that the accused was observed driving in a zigzag manner and was stopped by ranks on patrol and subjected to a breathalyser test, which proved that he had 112 micrograms of alcohol in his system. Maricano pleaded guilty and was fined $7500.
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