Grimsby man among 20 people on Niagara police’s DUI offence list

niagara drinking driving list Six people are on the Niagara police's latest drinking and driving list

Criminal impaired driving offenses Sept. 27- Oct. 11

A Grimsby man is among 20 people charged with an alleged criminal impaired driving offence in the Niagara Region for the period Sept. 27- Oct. 11,. 

Alan J. Sakach, 49, of Grimsby is the only person from a West Niagara community on the current list.   

The drivers are also bound by a Ministry of Transportation 90-day Administrative Driver’s Licence Suspension and are prohibited from operating a motor vehicle on a roadway.

Niagara Police encourages the public to contact the Niagara Regional Police Service Traffic Safety Hotline or Crime Stoppers to report anyone who drives in contravention of the suspensions.                                               

Niagara Region DUI charges

The following individuals were charged criminally with impaired driving by alcohol or drugs, driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 80 mgs or above of alcohol in 100 ml of blood, or refusing to provide a breath or blood sample.                                

Billy J. S. KNARR 37 years, St. Catharines

James W. CUTTRISS 46 years, St. Catharines

Carissa M. BOOKER 28 years, Hamilton

Brenda C. BASCUS 62 years, Niagara Falls

Alan J. SAKACH 49 years, Grimsby

Tyler J. MCINTYRE 20 years, Fort Erie

Cameron MERKUS 24 years, Welland

Cesar E. SANDOVAL 54 years, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Christopher J. MOORE 26 years, Niagara Falls

Laurie M. M. JOHNS 41 years, St. Catharines

Derrick DOXTATOR 19 years, Waterford

Jordan B. THOM 52 years, Niagara Falls

Hailei E. CHRISTENSEN 23 years, St. Catharines

Gary K. WARREN 51 years, Welland

Torrey M. M. VAN EVERY 29 years, Hagersville

Taylor G. FINDLAY 24 years, St. Catharines

Neil A. CARSON 28 years, Niagara Falls

Sullivan T. DOMARCHUK 21 years, St. Catharines

Justin D. A. PHIBBS 31 years, Fort Erie

Keirah E. LAPOINTE 22 years, Niagara Falls

Impaired driving is still the leading cause of criminal deaths in Canada and affects thousands of lives every year.