Cornwall Man Facing Stunt Driving Charge After Not Knowing KM/H
Leeds OPP say they had to educate a Cornwall driver who passed a police car on Highway 401 going very fast.
On Sunday, March 4, at about 2:30am officers pulled over a driver heading westbound on the highway in Elizabeth-Kitley Township.
The driver argued with officers he was going the speed limit at "98."
Well, that's 98 mp/h, which is 159 km/h.
The 40-year-old man is facing stunt driving charges, has his licence suspended and his vehicle impounded for seven days.
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