Saint-Brieuc Agglo president sentenced for drunk driving

Ex-senator Ronan Kerdraon (ex-PS), the current president of Saint-Brieuc's agglomeration (150,000 inhabitants), was sentenced to Tuesday for causing an accident on the road while intoxicated.

Saint-Brieuc Agglo president sentenced for drunk driving

Ex-senator Ronan Kerdraon (ex-PS), the current president of Saint-Brieuc's agglomeration (150,000 inhabitants), was sentenced to Tuesday for causing an accident on the road while intoxicated. We learned this from the prosecution.

Ronan Kerdraon (59), a PS senator from 2010-2014, was sentenced to eight months imprisonment with suspended probation. He also received a cancellation of his driving licence with ban on him taking it again for two more months, and a ban of driving a vehicle that is not equipped with an alcohol interlock for two years.

The probationary suspension comes with the obligation to care for, to compensate and to complete a road safety awareness training course. He was also fined 400 Euros. Heitz stated that the sentence is proportional to the severity of the facts.

Since 2008, he has been the Mayor of Plerin and President of Saint-Brieuc. He was involved in an accident Sunday. He lost control of the vehicle and crossed the white line, hitting an oncoming car. According to the prosecution, the driver of the other vehicle sustained minor injuries and was given 3 days of temporary impairment for work (ITT). Kerdraon's blood alcohol level was 0.76 mg per liter exhaled air after the accident. This is a misdemeanor.

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