Driver in Oakville charged twice by police within 20 minutes
Published June 7, 2022 at 2:36 pm
For one driver in Oakville, being charged once Tuesday afternoon (June 7) wasn’t enough.
A driver in white Mercedes was pulled over by Halton Regional Police Constable Marc Taraso not just once, but twice within half an hour.
Police pulled the driver over at 12:31 p.m. in the area of Dundas St./Bronte St. and charged him for being unlicensed. The vehicle was moved to a parking lot to allow the driver to straighten out his license issues.
Just 21 minutes later, the same white Mercedes was seen in the area of Dundas St./Third Line and was once again stopped by Cst. Taraso.
1231PM Dundas/Bronte: Driver stopped as unlicensed. Driver charged and vehicle relocated to a parking lot; to allow driver to rectify licence.
1252PM Dundas/Third: Driver stopped again; still unlicensed. Charged again.
Now I get to play babysitter until this is sorted. pic.twitter.com/Krcw4vis0b
— Cst. Marc Taraso (@CstTaraso9345) June 7, 2022
He was still unlicensed and was charged once again.
“Now I get to play babysitter until this is sorted,” said Cst. Taraso on Twitter with a picture of the pulled over car.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising