Stunt Driving continues on the incline on the Bruce Peninsula

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Grey Bruce Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) charged the following six motorists with stunt driving – 50 kilometres per hour (km/h) or more over the posted speed limit, contrary to section 172(1) Highway Traffic Act on Highway 6 on the Bruce Peninsula.

 (SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA, ON)

12:59 p.m. – Grey Bruce OPP stopped a grey car on Highway 6, near Limberlost Road, in South Bruce Peninsula that was travelling over 135 kilometres per hour (km/h) in this posted 80 km/h speed limit. The driver was a 51 year-of-age female, from Kemble, ON.

1:50 p.m. – Grey Bruce OPP stopped a brown car on Highway 6, near Limberlost Road, in South Bruce Peninsula that was travelling over 140 km/h in this posted 80 km/h speed limit. The driver was a 23 year-of-age male from Richmond Hill, ON.

2:23 p.m. – Grey Bruce OPP stopped a black car on Highway 6, near Limberlost Road, in South Bruce Peninsula that was travelling over 140 km/h in this posted 80 km/h speed limit. The driver was a 19 year-of-age male from Etobicoke, ON.

2:43 p.m. – Grey Bruce OPP stopped two motor vehicles that were racing on Highway 6, near Red Bay Road, in South Bruce Peninsula that were both travelling over 135 km/h in the posted 80 km/h speed limit. The drivers were a 61 year-of-age male from Etobicoke, ON and a 52 year-of-age male from London, ON.

 (NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA, ON)

4:05 p.m. – Grey Bruce OPP stopped a blue car on Highway 6, near Bruce Road 9, in Northern Bruce Peninsula that was travelling over 130 km/h in the posted 80 km/h speed limit. The driver was a 20 yearsof-age male, from Barrie, ON.

All of these drivers were issued a provincial summons to attend court, a 7 day drivers licence suspension and their vehicles were towed and impounded for 7 days.

Grey Bruce OPP are asking the public to report unsafe driving, including excessive speeding and aggressive driving.

Anyone with information that can assist Grey Bruce OPP with these investigations, call 1-888-310-1122. Should you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or submit a secure web-tip at www.cstip.ca, where you may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.