News Operator of capsized boat with 2-year-old on board charged with impaired and drug possession SHARE ON: Stu Campaigne, staff Monday, May. 28th, 2018 The OPP is reminding boaters about water safety. (Stu Campaigne, MyWestNipissingNow.com staff) A North Bay man faces several charges after the boat he was operating capsized with another man and a 2-year-old girl on board. All three were rescued from the water by nearby boaters. Neither man was wearing a personal flotation device but the young girl was. Members of the North Bay Police, Fire Department, the MNR and Paramedics were called to Sunset Boulevard in North Bay on Monday night for a capsized boat with three people in the water. As a result of the investigation a North Bay man has been charged with; One count of Impaired Operation of a Vessel; One count of Operate Vessel with Over 80 mg; and One count of Possession of a Controlled Substance. After the three from the capsized boat were brought to safety, it was determined that the operator of the boat was impaired by alcohol. He was arrested and during a search incident to arrest a small amount of suspected hashish was located. The accused was later released from police custody and will appear in court in North Bay on June 5.