Jean-Lesage airport: An American drunk arrested landing

News 28 January, 2018
  • Arnaud Koenig-Soutière

    Saturday, 27 January 2018 23:17

    Saturday, 27 January 2018 23:17

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    A woman in her mid-twenties in a state of intoxication disturbed to such an extent the staff and passengers of a flight from Newark that she was picked by police at his arrival at the airport Jean-Lesage.

    A 911 call has been housed in full-flight in order to alert the authorities. Once unloaded from the aircraft, the U.s. has been in a state of arrest by agents of the Service de police de la Ville de Québec (SPVQ). A criminal charge could be brought against her for disturbing the peace.

    The woman has a criminal record in the United States, which has raised some eyebrows with the canadian authorities at the time of his arrest. She was allowed to stay temporarily, at least the time to appear before a judge Monday morning.

    The DPJ involved

    In addition to Immigration Canada, the Director of youth protection (DYP) has been called upon to get involved in the situation.

    The woman was accompanied by her spouse and that of his six year old son. The custody of the child has been entrusted to man, who is not his father, the time that the judicial process to take its course.