Two men are facing alcohol-related driving charges in separate incidents over the weekend in Parry Sound.

Early Saturday morning at 1:00 am, police spotted a vehicle travelling around town as if it was lost.

After pulling the car over, West Parry Sound OPP charged  23-year-old Benjamin Morton of Berry Mills, New Brunswick with driving with over 80 mg blood/alcohol.

He is set to appear in Parry Sound court on December 6th.

In a separate incident, police tracked down a 31-year-old driver after he tried to avoid a R.I.D.E. spot check after midnight on Sunday night.

Mathew May of Howland Township, Ontario was charged with driving with over 80 mg blood/alcohol and driving with liquor readily available.

He’ll be in Parry Sound court as well on December 6th.

Both men had their driving licences suspended for 90 days and the cars they were driving impounded for seven days.