Pelham woman and West Lincoln teen among 19 people on Niagara police’s DUI offense list

niagara drinking driving list Niagara police release the latest drinking and driving list.

Criminal impaired driving offenses Sept. 7-20

The Niagara Regional Police Service has reported 19 names of people charged with an alleged criminal impaired driving offense in the Niagara Region for the period Sept. 7-20, including. a West Lincoln teen and a Pelham woman.          

These 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.

In a news release issued Tuesday, Niagara Police said it 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.                                

Gurveer S. GILL, 20 years, Tottenham

Tonya L. MURRAY, 40 years, Niagara Falls

James LAMMERS, 47 years, St. Catharines

Jessica G. MARTINELLI, 31 years, St. Catharines

Bryan J. COX, 36 years, Hamilton

Terry J. SNIDER, 46 years, Niagara Falls

Thomas J. OPATOVSKY, 47 years, Fort Erie

Dana M. MARTIN, 32 years, Niagara Falls

Tommy TZOGAS, 47 years, Burlington

Donna M. DAGENAIS, 36 years, Pelham

Troy BAXTER, 22 years, St. Catharines

Jeremy MACDONALD, 19 years, West Lincoln

Ashley V. LEPERA, 28 years, St. Catharines

Zachery N. MARTEL, 35 years, Kitchener

Joseph A. R. LENNOX, 28 years, Niagara Falls

David J. MEREDITH, 48 years, Niagara Falls

Evan G. BESNER, 33 years, Hamilton

Kristen L. ATACK, 22 years, Welland

Nyomi BARKWELL, 28 years, St. Catharines

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