Breslau speed enforcement exercise nets stunt driving charge
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.’