Project ERASE Lays Over 100 Charges in Bradford

A joint effort to combat speeding and exhaust noise in Bradford

A joint effort to combat speeding and exhaust noise in Bradford.

South Simcoe officers, along with other forces, conducted a multi-agency enforcement campaign Friday.

Officers issued over 100 charges including:

  • 21 year old Bradford man had his licence plates seized when an inspection revealed his vehicle’s complete exhaust system had been modified including the removal of the vehicle’s emission control equipment. He had been ticketed for noise two days prior
  • 24-year-old man had his G2 licence suspended after testing positive for the presence of drugs. An additional 4 drivers were tested for drugs and alcohol yielding two additional suspensions.

Barrie Police report they handed out 58 charges, including 3 for Stunt Driving and 2 for Cannabis Act offences.

Project ERASE stands for Eliminate Racing Activity On Streets Everywhere and is an enforcement campaign operated jointly by police services across the province.

Ontario Provincial Police, Halton Regional Police, Peel Regional Police, York Regional Police, Ministry of Environment and Bradford ByLaw also helped in the effort