A Sudburian who was under two driving suspensions is one of four people charged by provincial police following a report of suspicious persons at Cache Bay.
Police said officers responded to the call on Oct. 9 at 4:05 a.m. They saw a vehicle near the property where the complaint was filed. The vehicle was pulled over.
The 24-year-old driver was under two licence suspensions and had been drinking, allege police. A breath sample was taken, although it registered a pass on the device.
Further investigation revealed open liquor in the vehicle and a small amount of drugs, suspected to be methamphetamine worth about $20.
The driver was charged with two counts of driving while under suspension and driving a motor vehicle with liquor readily available.
Two of the passengers in the vehicle were also from Sudbury and were both charged with having liquor in an open container other than a licenced premises, residence or private place.
Another passenger, from Ottawa, was charged with possession of a Schedule 1 substance, as well as having liquor in an open container other than a licenced premises, residence or private place. She was released on an appearance notice and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice on Dec. 3 in Sturgeon Falls.
The vehicle was towed and impounded for seven days.