Niagara Regional Police conducted R.I.D.E. spot checks in Niagara Falls on Wednesday night. Officers stopped approximately 300 vehicles and inquired if any of the drivers had consumed any alcohol or drugs earlier in the evening. In total, 8 drivers were required to provide a sample of their breath for analysis. All drivers provided a breath sample in the acceptable range. During one of the traffic stops, the officer discovered that the 48-year-old driver, a resident of St. Catharines, was a suspended driver in Ontario since 2012. He was charged with driving while under suspension.