Bres­lau speed en­force­ment ex­er­cise nets stunt driv­ing charge

The Woolwich Observer - - NEWS -

IN A CASE OF two birds with one stone, Water­loo Re­gional Po­lice tack­led pub­lic con­cerns about speed­ing in Bres­lau and some ed­u­ca­tion for new re­cruits with some radar train­ing at Wool­wich and Menno streets in the vil­lage.

The new of­fi­cers were out on August 25, mon­i­tor­ing speeds in re­sponse to pub­lic com­plaints.

The ex­er­cise landed a big fish shortly be­fore 11 a.m. when one of the of­fi­cers clocked a ve­hi­cle trav­el­ling at 104 km/h in a 40 km/h com­mu­nity safety zone. A 25-year-old Kitch­ener man was charged with ‘stunt driv­ing’ and had his ve­hi­cle im­pounded for seven days. His li­cense was also im­me­di­ately sus­pended for seven days. The driver is also fac­ing a charge of ‘care­less driv­ing.’

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