P.E.I. driver gets more jail time
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. (CP) — Charles John Boyuk can’t stop driving when he’s supposed to.
In less than a year, he’s been convicted of impaired driving once, refusing the breathalyzer, and three times for driving while disqualified.
Boyuk, 33, of Travellers Rest, P.E.I., was back in Summerside provincial court again Wednesday for driving while suspended.
Judge Jeff Lantz said Boyuk “doesn’t appear to have gotten the message.”
Boyuk was convicted in January of refusing a breathalyzer and driving while suspended and was sentenced by Lantz to 70 days in jail, to be served on weekends.