Ontario man rolls car, refuses breathalyzer when Cops show up at his home 2 hours later, penalized for driving impaired

An Acton man is facing multiple charges after rolling his car on Third Line in Erin.

On June 28, just before 6:00 p.m., Wellington OPP responded to a call from a witness of the single-vehicle incident, finding that the driver left the scene and went home. 

After investigating, officers discovered the driver lost control of his vehicle, hitting a culvert and rolling the car. The car landed in the middle of the road.

Officers found that driver at his home and suspected him to be impaired, but he refused to provide a breath sample.

The vehicle was left in the middle of the roadway, and police suspect a passing motorist took him home.

Michael McKeon, 29, faces charges for failing to remain at the scene, failing to provide a breath sample and having an expired licence plate sticker.