Man Refuses Breathalyzer, Charged and Vehicle Impounded

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(FORT FRANCES, ON) – On April 11, 2019 at 5:00 pm, officers of the Fort Frances Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on the 300 Block of Scott Street, in the Town of Fort Frances.

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After speaking the driver, he subsequently failed the roadside test and was arrested at the scene.

Kenneth Boshkaykin, 54 years of age, of Fort Frances, was transported to the Fort Frances Detachment for breath tests, where he failed to provide a breath sample. Subsequently he has been charged with;

  • Fail or refuse to comply with demand contrary to section 320.15(1) of the Criminal Code.
  • Driving while Prohibited contrary to section 320.18 of the Criminal Code.
  • Fail to Comply with Undertaking contrary to section 145(5.1) of the Criminal Code

As well as Highway Traffic Act and Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act charges.

His motor vehicle was towed from the scene and as a result of the driver being a prohibited driver the motor vehicle was seized for 45 days.

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No fences appear to have been harmed due to this incident.

He was released to appear in court on May 6, 2019 in Fort Frances Provincial Court to answer to the charges.

Source: OPP

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3 Replies to “Man Refuses Breathalyzer, Charged and Vehicle Impounded”

  1. 45 days at the impound at $50 a day! That’s a $2250 storage fee plus the towing! This dummy deserves it!

    1. Would impound fees fall on the driver or who the vehicle was registered to?

      I know for a fact he doesn’t own a vehicle

  2. Impound fee fall on the registered owner of the vehicle unless the owner and the person driving have agreed that the driver will pay for the impound.

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