Police remind drivers to slow down after stunt driving charges laid
The OPP says a driver was stopped for going 122km/h on Highway 400 at Highway 9 on Tues. March 16, 2021 (Supplied)
LONDON, ONT. -- Charges have been laid for alleged speeding and racing over the past few days.
A 64-year-old from Stratford was charged with allegedly travelling at a 'high rate of speed' above the posted 90 km/h zone in Huron County on Monday.
The individual who was allegedly caught driving in excess of 140 km/h, was observed by an officer patrolling the North Line east of Walton.
The driver was charged with stunt driving – excessive speed and is expected to appear in court in July.
Another individual was stopped by London police Tuesday on Wellington Road near Westminster Drive.
The 22-year-old driver, who was allegedly travelling 135 km/h in a 70 km/h zone, was charged with stunt driving along with not having a muffler.
In both cases, the individual's license and vehicle was seized for seven days.