Supt. Mark Fisher

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NANAIMO – Seven members from Nanaimo RCMP were named to Alexa’s Team in Victoria.

Seven members from Nanaimo RCMP, who were responsible for catching 294 impaired drivers in 2013, were named to Alexa’s Team in Victoria.

Alexa’s Team is named after Alexa Middelaer, who was killed at age four by a drunk driver, and recognizes officers from B.C. for their efforts to remove drunk drivers from the road.

Supt. Mark Fisher, front centre, commander of Nanaimo detachment, congratulates, from left, Cont. Ben Lanthier, Const. Barry Darling, Const. Andrew Forsland, Const. Grant Blanchette, Const. Wayne Vaughn, Cpl. Norm Smith and Const. Mihai Ilioi.

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