A driver has had their license suspended for 90 days, and their vehicle impounded for 30 after they were caught driving under the influence of alcohol.
    
Morden police officers on general patrol last week initiated the traffic stop and noticed the smell of liquor coming from the driver. A subsequent roadside screening test resulted in a ''failure''.
 
The driver was also issued a $700-dollar administrative penalty.

Meantime, a 35-year-old man was arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking after another check stop by Morden police.
    
Officers on general patrol pulled over a van that had no brake lights or running lights, and that's when they spotted unmarked cigarettes and cocaine inside. 

The man was also ticketed for possessing Not Manitoba Marked Tobacco which carries a fine of $2,542.00. He was released on an Undertaking to attend Morden Provincial Court in September.

Click here to read the full Morden Police Report for June 24th to July 2nd.