Impaired Driving 

(Bradford, ON) On Sunday, August 2, 2020 at approximately 11:14 p.m., South Simcoe Police Service officers were called to a vehicle in a ditch at Line 8 and Summerlyn Trail in Bradford. No one was injured in the collision. As a result of the investigation on scene, the driver was placed under arrest for Impaired Operation and transported to South Division where breath tests resulted in readings over the legal limit of alcohol. 34-year-old Rajeenthan Gnanasekaram of Bradford was charged with Operation While Impaired and Over 80. His licence was suspended for 90 days and his vehicle impounded for seven days. He was released with a future court date.

Impaired Driving 

(Innisfil, ON) On Sunday, August 2, 2020 at 12:30 a.m., South Simcoe Police Service officers were called to a two-vehicle collision at the 20th Sideroad and Shore Acres Drive in Innisfil. Upon arrival, police learned that an eastbound vehicle on Shore Acres was rear ended by another vehicle while stopped at the stop sign. The female driver of the second vehicle was arrested after a fail was registered on a roadside screening device. She was transported to South Division where breath test readings were over the legal limit. 31-year-old Ashah Jagminas of Toronto was charged with Operation While Impaired and Over 80. Her licence was suspended for 90 days and her vehicle impounded for seven days. She was released with a future court date. No one was injured in the collision.

Impaired Driving 

(Bradford, ON) On Friday, July 31, 2020, around 2:00 p.m., South Simcoe Police Service received multiple 911 calls regarding a vehicle driving erratically northbound on Yonge Street at Line 9 in Bradford. Police observed the vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed and eventually a traffic stop was conducted. The driver was arrested for impaired driving and transported to North Division where breath test readings were over the legal limit. 67-year-old Antti Kytola of Innisfil was charged with Impaired Operation, Over 80 and Dangerous Operation. His licence was suspended for 90 days and his vehicle impounded for seven days. He was released with a future court date.

Crashes involving alcohol and/or drugs are a leading criminal cause of death in Canada. Even one drink of alcohol can reduce your reaction time, blur or double your vision, impair your reflexes, and alter your attention span. Make the right choice for public safety and always drive sober. There’s no excuse.

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