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SD&G OPP Reports for Oct 17th, 2017

SD&G OPP Reports for Oct 17th, 2017

SD&G – SD&G OPP Reports for Oct 17th, 2017.

DANGEROUS OPERATION OF A VEHICLE

SOUTH STORMONT – On October 17, 2017 at approximately 4:58am, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to report of a traffic complaint on Highway 401, South Stormont Township. The vehicle was located and it was successfully intercepted by officers. The investigation revealed the male driver was in contravention of previous release conditions.

Sukhmander TOOR(36) of Brampton, Ontario was arrested and is charged with;

– Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle

– Fail to comply with Recognizance

The male was held in custody pending an appearance in Cornwall court.                       

TRAFFIC SAFETY BLITZ RESULTS IN NUMEROUS CHARGES

SD&G – On October 9-16 , 2017, officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Highway Safety Division and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit (HSD/CVEU) and assisted by officers from Stormont Dundas and Glengarry (SD&G) detachment and Ministry of Transportation enforcement officers conducted a Commercial Motor Vehicle enforcement initiative on Highway 401 in South Stormont/South Dundas/South Glengarry Townships.

Officers conducted approximately 28 hours of enforcement on the highways and the following charges were laid:

51 Seatbelt Charges ……. (40 Commercial Motor Vehicle CMV)

63 Cell Phone Charges…. (17 CMV)

65 Speed Charges      ……(6 CMV construction zone)

14 HTA Charges          ……(4 CMV document)

5 Fail to Move Over

1 Follow to Closely     ……(CMV)

3 Suspend Driving Charges

1 Drive no insurance

26 CVSA Inspections

Speeding and other forms of aggressive driving are dangerous behaviours and remain a leading cause in fatal motor vehicle collisions (MVC) on OPP-patrolled roads.

In 2016, 55 people died in motor vehicle collisions on OPP-patrolled roads in which speeding was the causal factor.  Speeding, following too closely, making unsafe lane changes, distracted driving and failing to yield right-of-way are all forms of aggressive driving that place road users at risk. Aggressive driving is one of the “Big Four” causal factors in road fatalities that the OPP targets as part of its Provincial Traffic Safety Program.

The OPP remains committed to enforcing Ontario laws associated with speeding and aggressive driving in an effort to save lives on our roads.

 

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