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A letter was sent to NISCC by the PSNI, issued under a “pressing social need”, which said Mitchell was “interviewed during which she admitted taking alcohol, cocaine, diazepam and cannabis prior to driving her vehicle”. Stock image

A letter was sent to NISCC by the PSNI, issued under a “pressing social need”, which said Mitchell was “interviewed during which she admitted taking alcohol, cocaine, diazepam and cannabis prior to driving her vehicle”. Stock image

A letter was sent to NISCC by the PSNI, issued under a “pressing social need”, which said Mitchell was “interviewed during which she admitted taking alcohol, cocaine, diazepam and cannabis prior to driving her vehicle”. Stock image

A care assistant who admitted driving while under the influence of alcohol, cocaine, diazepam and cannabis has been suspended from her professional register.

Charley Mitchell was so intoxicated when she was stopped by police on the M2 motorway close to Templepatrick that she was taken to hospital for treatment, a fitness to practise panel was told.


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