A 49 year old man from Grande Point has been charged with numerous charges after a head on collision which killed a young Morden mother.
Around 4 AM on September 9, RCMP responded to a collision along the south Perimeter near St. Anne Road.
According to police a chevy pickup travelling the wrong way along the Permiter Highway collided with a Buick driven by twenty-one year old Samantha Schlicting. The young mother of two and her twenty-three year old passenger were taken to hospital in critical condition but she died.
David Delisle has been charged with drunk driving causing death, drunk driving causing bodily harm, refusing to provide a breath sample and possession of a controlled substance. He was not injured in the accident.
The next morning, Delisle was released on a $35,000 bond and released pending trial. He has been barred from driving, consuming alcohol and drugs and must obey a 10PM to 6AM daily curfew in his Grande Point home.