Drunk driver gets 100 days jail

The 40-year-old has an extensive driving record and currently has a 50-year licence ban

It’s unlikely Robert McQuarrie will ever be able to get his B.C. driver’s licence back.

The 40-year-old has an extensive driving record and currently has a 50-year licence ban.

However, that doesn’t stop him from driving. On Aug. 9, 2012, he was stopped by Campbell River RCMP on suspicion of drunk driving.

He blew almost twice the legal limit and was arrested.

On July 3, he was found guilty of impaired driving and sentenced to 100 days in jail. It was his third conviction for drunk driving.