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Media Release

Release Date: June 21st, 2019 - 7:52am

Originator: Constable, Steve Elms, Corporate Communications, 905-825-4747 ext 5224

Contact: Constable, Steve Elms, Corporate Communications, 905-825-4747 extension 5224

Location: Halton Region


Impaired Driving Offences Within Halton Region

On June 16, 2019, just after 10:30 pm, Halton Police officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Dynes Road and Glencrest Road in Burlington. As a result of an investigation, Michael Cormack (54) of Burlington was charged with blood alcohol concentration 80mgs or more, within two hours.

On June 19, 2019, just before 10:00 pm, Halton Police officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lakeshore Road and Eastport Drive in Burlington. As a result of an investigation, Samantha Donn (49) of Hamilton was charged with operation while impaired and blood alcohol concentration 80mgs or more, within two hours.

On June 19, 2019 just before 12:30 am, Halton Police officers were conducting a R.I.D.E. initiative in the area of Cornwall Road and Trafalgar Road in Oakville. As a result of this initiative, Hardeep Gill (40) of Oakville was charged with blood alcohol concentration 80mgs or more, within two hours.

On June 20, 2019, just before 10:30 pm, Halton Police officers responded to a citizen-initiated complaint in the area of Armstrong Avenue and Guelph Street in Georgetown. As a result of an investigation, Ljubisa Petrovic (76) of Georgetown was charged with operation while impaired and blood alcohol concentration 80mgs or more, within two hours.

The Halton Regional Police Service remains committed to road safety through prevention, education and enforcement initiatives.

Members of the public are reminded that driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol is a crime in progress and to call 9-1-1 immediately to report a suspected impaired driver.

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