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Licence suspension handed out during RIDE check

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Feb 03, 2014 - 1:51 PM |
Two drivers were handed three-day licence suspensions for registering in the warning range during a Feb. 2 RIDE spot check, said Greater Sudbury Police Service. File photo.

Two drivers were handed three-day licence suspensions for registering in the warning range during a Feb. 2 RIDE spot check, said Greater Sudbury Police Service. File photo.

Two drivers were handed three-day licence suspensions for registering in the warning range during a Feb. 2 RIDE spot check, said Greater Sudbury Police Service.

While no charges were laid for drinking and driving, police did hand out 16 tickets for various Highway Traffic Act offences.

Two drivers were caught behind the wheel while under suspension. One of those drivers registered in the warning range on a breathalyzer.

Officers also conducted one field sobriety check.

A total of 441 drivers were checked when police set up on Paris Street south of York Street and Lasalle Boulevard.

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