Haldimand OPP have charged five individuals with impaired driving over the course of three days.
OPP responded to a report of a ditched vehicle on Diltz Road in Dunnville Thursday afternoon. Further investigation determined the driver was involved in another collision on Highway 3 in Dunnville. There were no injuries and no other vehicles involved.
A Drug Recognition Evaluator administered tests and determined the driver was impaired by drug.
Charged is 52-year-old Bart Moodie of Canfield with:
● Impaired operation of a motor vehicle ● Operate a motor vehicle while prohibited (3 counts) ● Drive while under suspension (3 counts) ● Fail to remain at the scene of a collision ● Drive motor vehicle with no current valid permit.
Officers stopped a vehicle on John Street, Hagersville in the early hours of Friday morning and arrested the driver after noticing signs of impairment.
Charged is 31-year-old Ryan Coke of Hagersville with: ● Impaired operation of a motor vehicle ● Driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood,
Friday evening, OPP responded to a traffic complaint on Broad Street East in Dunnville and the driver was subsequently arrested.
Charged is 35-year-old Daniel Koudijs of Ridgeville, with: ● Impaired operation of a motor vehicle ● Driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood ● Drive motor vehicle with liquor readily available
OPP stopped a vehicle on Indian Line Road in Hagersville In the early hours of Saturday morning and took the driver into custody.
Charged is 53-year-old David Green of Six Nations with: ● Impaired operation of a motor vehicle ● Driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood
Shortly afterward, at 2:52 a.m., officers stopped a vehicle on Highway 3 in Hagersville and arrested the driver.
Charged is 36-year-old Elizabeth Strohm of Hagersville, with: ● Impaired operation of a motor vehicle ● Driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.

All of the accused had their drivers licences suspended for a minimum of 90 days and their vehicles impounded. They will appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Cayuga at a later date to answer to the charges.