Driver, 17, clocked going 170 in 100-km/h zone in Mississauga: OPP
Published September 8, 2021 at 7:53 am
The OPP Highway Safety Division is warning drivers to slow down after a 17-year-old motorist was clocked recently doing 170 in a 100-km/hr zone in Mississauga.
According to an OPP Tweet, officers in Mississauga stopped the young driver near Hwy 403 and Winston Churchill.
Police said that the 17-year-old is under investigation for stunt driving and has also been cited for cannabis violations. Officers also seized a replica handgun from the youth’s fanny pack.
The car in question has been impounded for two weeks and the driver, who is also facing a future court date, has had his licence suspended for a week.
Stunt driver age 17 Charged 170km/in a 100km zone. #MississaugaOPP investigating male driver for stunt driving and cannabis violations. Officers locate a replica firearm in his fanny pack. #Courtdate #14DayVehicleImpound #7DayLicenceSuspension #Hwy403 Winston Churchill.^td pic.twitter.com/2xC2jeITK4
— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP_HSD) September 8, 2021