A former mayoral candidate in the Town of Placentia who has ben charged with impaired driving had his court case set over.
Bernard Power lost his bid for mayor of Placentia by only four votes, but now faces impaired driving charges.
This is the fourth time Bernard Power, who lost the mayoral bid in the municipality in September by four votes, has had the case set over.
Power is facing an impaired driving charge, as well as a charge for failing to provide a breath sample.
Charges were laid after an incident Dec. 7, 2013, when he was pulled over by an RCMP officer on patrol. Details surrounding the incident have not been released.
An additional charge of failure to appear has been added to the list from a missed court date last month.
This was the fourth time the case was set over, but specifics on the delay were not available. The previous appearances were in early January, late January and late March.
Power will appear in Placentia court on July 23.