Driver charged after allegedly going over twice the speed limit in Mississauga
A driver is facing charges following a speeding incident in Mississauga.
On Saturday night, April 3, officers stopped a driver on Tomken Road who was reportedly going 143 km/h in a 60 km/h zone.
“Immediate licence suspension and vehicle seizure followed,” police said.
The driver has been charged with racing, speeding and stunt driving.
Photo courtesy of PRP Road Safety Services
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