The RNC has recently laid multiple impaired driving charges in an effort to keep our
On Sunday, Jan. 29, RNC Patrol Services arrested and charged two residents of Wabush for impaired driving offences. The first incident occurred in the early morning hours and as a result a 23-year-old man was charged with impaired driving. He was released to appear in Wabush Provincial Court on March 1.
The other unrelated incident occurred in the afternoon hours and as a result a 50-year-old man was also charged with impaired driving. He was released to appear in Wabush Provincial Court on March 15.
On Sunday, Feb. 5, at approximately 2:25am, members of the RNC Patrol Services observed a snowmobile operating in the area of Humphrey Roadin Labrador City. Officers conducted a traffic safety stop on the snowmobile and observed signs of impairment from the operator. As the result of a breath sample, the 30-year-old Labrador City resident was also charged with impaired driving. The man will appear in court on March 29.
All three men were charged with impaired driving and operating a motor vehicle while blood alcohol level was over the legal limit, and issued 7 and 90-day driver licence suspensions.
The RNC would like to advise the general public that snowmobile patrols will be taking place and to encourage everyone to report any suspected impaired driver.