P.E.I. driver gets more jail time

Cape Breton Post - - NEWS/WEATHER -

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.

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