A routine traffic stop turned out to be fatal for a 31-year-old from Innviertel on Friday morning: The young man had gotten behind the wheel of his car under the influence of drugs when he was stopped by the police in the municipality of Mattighofen (Braunau am Inn district).
Cocaine and cannabis
Officers noticed symptoms that suggested drug-related impairment. A voluntary urine test was positive for cocaine and THC. The 31-year-old refused to be examined by the medical officer.
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The Innviertler’s driver’s license could not be taken away; he has no longer had a valid driving license since 2021. In any case, he was forbidden to continue his journey. Reports will follow, the police announced on Friday afternoon.
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Only on Thursday did the police report on a case of drug driving in the Innviertel: A 32-year-old, who had her four-year-old daughter in the back seat, was under the influence of cannabis.
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