Teen Charged with Stunt Driving for a Second Time

A Scarborough teen has been charged with stunt driving for a second time in less than two weeks.

The young man, 19, was in Napanee on Wednesday to pick up his white 2016 BMW, after it had been impounded for seven days from his first offence.

On his way home, Napanee OPP clocked him traveling 167 kilometres per hour on the westbound 401.

His car was once again impounded and his licence was suspended for another week.

12 days earlier, the teen was stopped for traveling 208 kilometres per hour on the highway, which is a 100 kilometer per hour zone.

If convicted, he could pay a fine up to $10,000 or spend six months in prison.

On a first conviction of stunt driving, drivers could have their driver's license suspended for up to two years while every subsequent conviction their licence could be suspended up to 10 years.