Meet Margaret Holmes, MADD Sarnia/Lambton’s new treasurer. Margaret has spent many years involved in the non-profit sector and is currently working at the Organization for Literacy in Lambton. Welcome Margaret! It’s great to have you on board.
A 34-year-old Sarnia man is facing charges after a collision with a snow plough Monday morning. Constable Les Jones says it happened just before 1 am on Confederation near Roper St. He says the eastbound vehicle slammed into the back of the plough. Jones says the driver was arrested and taken to headquarters where a breath… Continue reading Impaired Driver Hits Plough
Statistics are in this week from both Sarnia Police Services and Lambton OPP that reflect no substantial change in the incidents of impaired driving charges in the past two years. Sarnia Police report that in 2014, there were 51 people charged with impaired driving, compared to 52 in 2013. This is why our work is… Continue reading Keep getting our message out there!
A drunk driver who crashed a stolen pickup truck into a parked car and tree was fined $1,700 and placed on a year’s probation in Sarnia court. Obtained from www.theobserver.ca
Obtained from www.theobserver.ca
A 29-year-old Sarnia is facing a new drunk driving charge, three months after being charged with the same offence, says Sarnia Police. Police allege an officer saw the driver speeding through a parking lot on London Road Wednesday evening and activated the cruiser’s emergency lights, but the suspect failed to stop. After following the suspect… Continue reading Sarnia driver charged, again
The OPP are disappointed in the results of this year’s Festive RIDE campaign. Between November 24, 2014 and January 2, 2015 officers charged 593 people with impaired driving and issued 485 warn range suspensions across the province. One person died in an alcohol-related collision on December 20. During last year’s campaign, the OPP charged 587… Continue reading Festive RIDE Program Disappoints!