Porsche driver charged with stunt driving in Courtice school zone
Published September 8, 2021 at 4:32 pm
A 33-year old man will be without his license for seven days and his Porsche for 14 after Durham Police clocked him doing 144 km/hr in a 60 km/hr school zone in Courtice Wednesday.
It was the second stunt driving charge on the same road in the past four days.
Durham Police are cracking down on speeding as the school year begins and East Division officers were doing their ‘In The Zone’ initiative when they arrested the man in a Community Safety Zone on Courtice Road near Holy Trinity Catholic High School.
The man was charged with speeding and stunt driving.
33-year old male issued a 7-day licence suspension & a 14-day vehicle impound for stunt driving. @DRPSEastDiv officers doing ‘In The Zone’ back to school initiatives found him & his Porsche doing 144km in a 60km school Community Safety Zone S/B on Courtice Rd by Holy Trinity CSS pic.twitter.com/ZYiR2JC9r6
— EAST DIVISION – Durham Regional Police Service (@DRPSEastDiv) September 8, 2021