Impaired Driving Offences: June 22- 26 2022

HRPS charge 6 with offenses related to Impaired Driving for the period of June 22-26

Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) have charged six with offenses related to Impaired Driving.  The offenses occurred between June 22-26 2022.

June 22: Halton Police charged Guillermo Arya of Halton Hills with a blood alcohol concentration of 80 mgs within two hours following an investigation.

June 25: Police responded to two citizen-initiated complaints.  The first in the area of Trafalgar Rd and Dundas in Oakville where an investigation resulted in a charge of operation while impaired, and having a blood alcohol concentration of 80mgs or more against Andrew Gillis of Brampton.   The second in the Trafalgar Rd and Lower Base Line in Milton where Maria Prollamante of Milton was charged with operation while impaired and having a blood alcohol  concentration of over 80 mgs.

June 26: Police responded to a citizen-initiated complaint in the area of Yates Drive and Thompson Rd in a Milton.  An investigation resulted in charges against Marek Baginski with operation while impaired, and having a blood alcohol limit of 80 mgs or more.

June 26: Police investigate following a citizen-initiated complaint in the area of Cornwall Rd and Chartwell Rd in Oakville.  Jasmin Oickle of Oakville was charged with operation while impaired and having a blood alcohol level of 80 mgs or more.

June 26: Police conduct an investigation following a traffic stop in the Farivew St. and Brant St in Burlington.  Lyes Belkaid of Burlington was charged with operation, and a failure/ refusal to comply with a demand.

HRPS reminds the public that driving while impaired is a crime in progress, and they can call 9-1-1 immediately to report someone they suspect of driving while impaired.  Signs of impaired driving include:

  • Drifting in and out of lanes
  • Frequently changing lanes and tailgating
  • Disregarding signals and lights
  • driving without headlights, failing to lower high beams or leaving turn signals on.

Police also remind public that anyone charged is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.