On May 2 at about 10:20 p.m., Greater Sudbury Police officers responded to a collision on Skead Road involving a 2005 Audi that had lost control and rolled over striking a light post.
The driver suffered minor injuries and was treated by EMS at the scene. Attending officers determined he was impaired and he was taken into police custody and taken to police headquarters for breath tests.
Tests determined that he was over twice the legal limit of 80 mg, according to police.
He has been released from custody and will be attending a court date later this month to answer to his charges.
A 50-year-old man was arrested May 5 after a concerned citizen notified police that an alleged drunk man was getting into his vehicle.
Officers attended the call on Lisgar and located the Chevrolet Cavalier. The man was found in the driver’s seat starting his vehicle attempting to drive away.
He failed an approved screening device and was taken to police headquarters where it was determined he was more than twice the legal limit.
He has since been released with a pending court date to answer to his charges
Both drivers have been issued a 90-day licence suspension and their vehicles have been impounded for seven days.
Posted by Arron Pickard