Burlington driver’s crude license plate will not fool sharped-eyed cop

A driver was caught in Burlington working with this fake license plate

A crudely drawn license plate and some significant speeds have gotten a Burlington driver in trouble with the legislation.

Halton Regional Police say that an officer stationed on Guelph Line and Sideroad 2 — a infamous spot for speeders — clocked a driver accomplishing 102 km/ h in a 60 km/h zone yesterday (March 16).

When the driver was pulled around observed the fake plates. As nicely, the officer located the speeder was now beneath a driving suspension and had no insurance. The driver now faces criminal fees as perfectly as fines underneath the Freeway Targeted traffic Act. If convicted fines could access into the hundreds of dollars and even jail time.

In the meantime, Halton law enforcement had to deal with a few of other intense drivers yesterday.

Police say a shipping and delivery driver, concluded with their shift for the day, was driving 112 km/h on Burloak Dr. in the vicinity of the entrance of Bronte Provincial Park all around 3:30 p.m. As a end result, the enterprise van the driver was making use of was impounded for 14 times and the driver will have to deal with a 30-day license suspension.

As effectively, a 3rd driver on the day was caught heading more than 100 km/h.

This incident happened at 9:30 p.m. on Burloak Dr. and Mainway. This driver had attained a pace of 110 km/h when they were being pulled more than by officers. This driver will see their license suspended for 30 times, have their vehicle impounded for 14 times as nicely as an more suspension for obtaining elevated levels of liquor in their method.

The names of all of these motorists have not been unveiled by law enforcement.



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