Burlington woman, Brampton man facing impaired driving charges in Mono
Published February 14, 2022 at 10:19 pm
Drivers who hail from Burlington and Brampton are facing charges, following impaired driving investigations last weekend in Dufferin County.
The Dufferin detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police says that around 4:15 p.m. on Sunday (Feb. 12), it received a call for service for a vehicle in the ditch on 30 Sideroad near Highway 10 in the Town of Mono. When the responding officer engaged the driver, they were led into an impaired driving investigation.
The previous night (Saturday, Feb. 11), Dufferin OPP say they received an anonymous traffic complaint regarding a possible impaired driver near Highways 10 and 89 in the Town of Mono. A Dufferin OPP officer intercepted the suspect vehicle on Highway 10 at 30 Sideroad in the Town of Mono and conducted a traffic stop. After speaking with the driver, the officer was led into an impaired operation investigation.
Pamela Sousa, 38, of Burlington has been charged with operation of a motor vehicle while impaired — blood alcohol concentration (80 plus mg per 1,000 mL of blood).
Harminder Sidhu, 35, of Brampton, has also been charged with operation while impaired — blood alcohol concentration (80 plus mg per 1,000 mL of blood)
The accused are scheduled to appear in an Orangeville court in April to answer to the charges.
Under Ontario law, an accused impaired driver’s licence is suspended for 90 days and their vehicle is impounded for seven days.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising