Sudbury Police Charge Driver Clocked Traveling 91 KM/H In A 40 KM/H School Zone


Looks like more stunt driving charges are coming for this person in Sudbury. 

Police posted the following on social media:

"School isn’t yet out for the summer, but this driver is certainly out of a licence for 30 days after being caught speeding 91 km/h in a 40 km/h school zone on Valleyview Rd.

14-day vehicle impound & driver will appear in provincial offences court in June to answer to the charges."

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