Niagara Regional Police conducted R.I.D.E. spot checks in Port Colborne and St. Catharines on Saturday. Throughout the night, officers stopped approximately 400 vehicles and inquired if any of the drivers had consumed any alcohol or drugs earlier in the evening. In total, 25 drivers were required to provide a sample of their breath for analysis. One driver provided a sample resulting in an “Alert” and subsequently had their licence suspended for a period of three days. Several tickets were issued to drivers for various driving offences, including two drivers who were charged with “drive motor vehicle – no licence”.