London Police arrested at least four impaired drivers over the weekend.
One of the drivers is facing charges after he backed into a police vehicle on the road while another was a G2 driver. G2 drivers aren’t supposed to have any alcohol in their system.
Both were over two times the legal limit.
The police vehicle didn’t sustain any damage aside from having its license plate knocked off.
The impaired driving charges come over a week after 11 drivers in London were charged for driving drunk in a four day span.
That doesn’t include the fatal crash near Kitchener that claimed the life of London woman — a 26-year-old man is facing impaired driving charges in relation to that case as well.
Middlesex OPP also nabbed a pair of impaired drivers in recent days.
OPP said a 26-year-old man is facing impaired driving charges after they were alerted to a possible drunk driver on Hamilton Road near Thames Crescent early Saturday morning. A 21-year-old man was charged with impaired driving early Thursday morning after they were pulled over on Dorchester Road.
Just like in the case on Hamilton Road, police said they were alerted to the possible impaired driver by another motorist.