Sudbury Police Send Warning To Those Who Decide To Drive While Impaired
Sudbury Police issued a message to those who drive while impaired.
Police say there're 4 eventual outcomes: a concerned driver will call 911; an officer will stop you; you'll hit a spotcheck; or you'll be in a crash. Police say they hope the first 3 prevent the 4th. This, as Police continue to set up random RIDE checks all throughout the city.
On Saturday, Police charged 3 people with being Impaired while behind the wheel: 2 women, ages 24 & 43, were found to be driving while high, while a 20 year-old man was intoxicated while driving.
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