The OPP have made several arrests, laid charges, and impounded vehicles after stopping cars in different areas of the Georgian Triangle. Here are the details of three recent cases:
A man from Penetanguishene is facing drinking and driving charges after being stopped on Main Street on October 21st. After failing a breathalyzer test, the 38-year-old was charged and received a 90-day license suspension and had his vehicle impounded.
A Midland man was charged on Saturday after his blood-alcohol level was above the legal limit. The 47-year-old man was stopped around 1 am after reports say he was impaired and leaving a restaurant. He was arrested after his blood alcohol level was found to exceed 80 milligrams.
And the Southern Georgian Bay OPP charged a man after he was found driving at a speed of 174 km/h on Highway 400, which is a 100 km/h zone. The 38-year-old man was found to be a resident of England has been charged with stunt driving and speeding, with his vehicle impounded for seven days.
These cases should serve as a reminder to be careful out on the roads, folks!