Drivers Lost Their Licences In Pair of Sunday Traffic Stops

Both Drivers Facing Stunt Driving Charges in Unrelated Incidences

A pair of stunt driving charges laid in separate South Simcoe Police busts.

The first arrest came just before lunchtime on Sunday, when police pulled over a vehicle clocked at twice the posted limit. Officers say the vehicle was traveling at a speed of 119 kilometres an hour in a 60 zone along the 11th Line of Bradford. A 33-year-old Alliston man not only faces a charge of Stunt Driving, police add he had no insurance card with him.

Around 3:30 Sunday afternoon, an officer says a vehicle was spied driving erratically and at a high rate of speed, northbound on Yonge St. near the 4th Line of Innisfil. The radar gun showed the vehicle was topped out at 139km/h in an 80 zone. The driver was stopped and arrested after the officer noted the smell of alcohol and obvious signs of impairment. A 39-year-old Innisfil man has been charged with Stunt Driving, Impaired Driving, and Dangerous Driving, among others.

Both drivers saw their licences and vehicles impounded by police.