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Police say a woman from Nantwich has been arrested and charged on suspicion of drink driving.

Officers were alerted to a white Vauxhall Meriva being seen driving dangerously in the Shavington area on Tuesday night (April 9).

Police sighted the vehicle in Nantwich and stopped it.

A roadside breath test was performed on the driver, who provided a reading of 83μg (the legal limit is 35 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath). She was subsequently arrested.

Rowena Ella Mozdzynski, 40, of Lea Drive, Nantwich, has been charged with driving whilst exceeding the prescribed limit.

She provided an evidential breath reading of 103μg whilst in custody and has been bailed to appear at Crewe Magistrates’ Court on Thursday May 9.

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  1. I endorse completely the comments made. Drink driving is still a major problem. There is a simple rule, do not drink alcohol when driving. Stick to the soft drinks or get a taxi. Walk if necessary.
    Sadly the use of drugs is a problem, it may be a bigger problem.
    The question is when will we all learn to think of the safety of all road users.
    There are many more road deaths than homicides in the United Kingdom.
    Drink, drugs are frequently involved in road traffic collisions.
    Please can we all consider the welfare of our fellow citizen.
    Life is very precious.

  2. Geoff Stockton says:

    Will people never learn it only takes a second to kill somebody need bigger sentences

  3. Des Turner says:

    utterly shameful, if there was an accident causing death, just how long does it take to recover from that stupidity? NEVER!!!!!

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