He was 3.5 per mille, banned from driving for life.  She was carrying a 1.5 year old daughter

He was 3.5 per mille, banned from driving for life. She was carrying a 1.5 year old daughter

About 3.5 per mille were 39-year-old who was transporting a one-and-a-half-year-old daughter with a Skoda. The man had a lifetime driving ban and was wanted by the Nowy Targ District Court. He was detained and transported to prison, where he will be serving a temporary sentence and waiting for another one for the crimes he has committed, for which he will be responsible for up to 5 years in prison.

On Wednesday, May 24, around 11 am in Nowy Targ, police officers of the Patrol and Intervention Unit of the Nowy Targ Police Headquarters, during a conversation with a group of young people, saw a Skoda car driven by a person from Nowy Targ Known Targ. to them, who was banned from driving. The driver stopped the Skoda at one of the properties and got out of the car. The man had trouble keeping his balance, which indicated that he had been drinking. The police immediately rushed to the driver, took the car keys to stop him from driving. A sobriety test showed a 39-year-old man with about 3.5 per mille. In that situation, the citizen of Nowy Targ was transporting a one and a half year old daughter who was sitting in a car seat in the back seat. In addition, the 39-year-old was banned from driving for the rest of his life and was required by the Nowy Targ District Court to serve 10 months in prison. The girl was handed over to the family, and the man was detained and transported to the Nowy Targ police station, where after doing the operation, he was placed in a cell, and then transported to the prison, where he will serve a delayed sentence and wait for the next one. For driving while intoxicated, failing to follow the court’s decision, he will be liable to pay a fine of several thousand zlotys and imprisonment of up to 5 years. Police officers from the Department of Combating Crimes Against Life and Health will also check if there has been exposure to life and health of a 1.5-year-old girl.