DUI interlock issue nearly sinks fisherman

The finicky nature of Washington’s ignition interlock program almost landed a man in jail after he failed to have the machine calibrated on time. Scott Goldade, 45, appeared before Pacific County South District Court Judge Nancy McAllister on Wednesday Sept. 25 for sentence compliance violations. Goldade works as a boat engineer for commercial fishing vessels.  When Goldade got back from fishing on July 16 he realized he’d missed his service date when his car wouldn’t start.  >click to read< 15:36

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