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Durham Regional Police Officers were busy last week responding to dozens of reports of impaired drivers, resulting in 19 motorists being charged.

Between Monday, April 17 to Sunday, April 23, the DRPS received 103 calls related to impaired drivers. Although officers responded to each call, the suspect vehicle could not be located in many incidents. However, a total of 19 drivers were located and charged with drinking and driving offences during the week.

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Don’t drink and drive.

Don’t text and drive, either.

Buckle up, and don’t forget, speed kills.

If you’re a driver in southern Ontario, you should be accustomed to seeing those messages on some of the electronic signs placed over the province’s highways, but you may have recently noticed a new addition: “DON’T DRIVE HIGH.”

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A 58-year-old driver has been charged with drunk driving after going the wrong way on the Red Hill Valley Parkway.

Around 3:30 a.m. Saturday, police observed a man driving onto the Greenhill Ave. exit ramp, proceeding northbound down the shoulder of the southbound lanes.

Additional officers were called in to assist, and they were able to block him in close to the QEW, as he slowed to 20 km/h.

“It was a very scary situation. Without them there, someone coming up the hill wouldn’t have been able to see that car at all,” said Staff Sgt. John Canaris.

The driver, a 58-year-old man, has been charged with impaired driving and exceeding the limit.

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Dufferin OPP is less than pleased with the results of its Easter weekend traffic blitz, as motorists fared much worse when it came to distracted driving and seatbelt use than they did last year.

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Five people were injured in a two-vehicle collision on a ramp to the Don Valley Parkway on Thursday morning that was allegedly caused by an impaired driver.

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A Windsor man who tried to leave a messy three-vehicle crash Tuesday evening has been charged with impaired driving for being high behind the wheel.

Two children and the driver of another vehicle were taken to hospital with minor injuries from the crash that occurred at College and Campbell avenues around 6 p.m.

The stoned driver tried to leave, but a witness followed him and escorted him back after a short foot chase, according to police.

Officers then arrested the 28-year-old man for driving under the influence of a drug. They searched the car and found prescription drugs and pot.

They also determined the vehicle he was driving had been stolen.

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Civil rights groups are worried that parts of the Liberal government’s recent recreational marijuana bill will give police sweeping new powers to combat impaired driving that will violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ protections against unreasonable searches.

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A Brampton truck driver has been accused of driving drunk, fleeing the scene and driving while disqualified after a collision with a GO Transit bus in the area of Dixie Road and Steeles Avenue East Monday, April 17.

Peel Regional Police Service allege the accused had more than three times the legal limit of alcohol in his blood at the time.

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A Niagara Regional Police officer tried his best to comfort a seriously injured woman he felt was about to die following a two-vehicle crash in Niagara Falls, court heard Tuesday.

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Following up on a complaint about a possible drunk driver, police in Fergus pulled over a vehicle driven by a Cambridge man on Saturday (April 15) evening.

“It was reported that a vehicle was all over the road with irregular speed,” notes an OPP news release, explaining a white Volkswagen was subsequently stopped. “While speaking with the driver, officers formed the belief that he was impaired by alcohol.”
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