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40-year-old Alcona man drove his entire life without a license

Officers charged a 40-year-old Alcona man with driving under suspension and driving with out a license. He has apparently been driving his entire life without a drivers license, and yet drove into the R.I.D.E line.
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NEWS RELEASE

SOUTH SIMCOE POLICE

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R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) checks - Innisfil

On Friday November 27, 2015 officers with South Simcoe Police R.I.D.E. team set up vehicle checks in various locations throughout Innisfil.

A total of 355 vehicles were stopped.

23 drivers were given road side tests because the had been drinking.

Four of those drivers were found to be in the WARN range.

These drivers were given a three-day licence suspension and their vehicles were towed.

Two men from Lefroy, aged 22 and 25, were [allegedly] in possession of marijuana and arrested.

Officers also charged a 40-year-old Alcona man with driving under suspension and driving with out a license.

This man was found to have been driving his entire life without a drivers license, and yet drove into the R.I.D.E line.

Officers arrested a 20-year-old Everett man, who decided it would be a good idea to urinate on the road where the R.I.D.E checks were being done.

This man was charged with being intoxicated in a public place and later released.

Officers once again remind all motorists to not get behind the wheel if you have been drinking.

Call a taxi, a friend, or stay the night where you are.

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