Baddeck RCMP have charged a motorist for speeding more than 70 kilometres an hour over the posted speed limit. Police say yesterday afternoon, officers stopped a car in Highway 105 in Baddeck Bay that was clocked at 171 kilometres an hour in a 100 kilometre zone. Officer also noticed the car passing numerous vehicles.
A 34-year-old man from Moncton was charged with Stunting. The fine for stunting is $2,422.50. His driver’s license was suspended and the car was also seized.
A Baddeck RCMP officer stopped a vehicle for driving at 180 kilometres an hour in a 90 zone late Tuesday afternoon near Nyanza, Victoria County.
Police charged a 41-year-old Badeck man with Stunting under the Provincial Motor Vehicle Act. The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2422.50. The driver’s licence was suspended and the vehicle was seized as well.
Nova Scotia RCMP want to remind the public that speed is one of the major causes of serious injury and fatal collisions. If you see someone driving unsafely, officers ask that you report it by calling the police or 911.
A Dartmouth motorist has been charged for stunting over the weekend in Antigonish County. On Saturday afternoon at 3:00, a 32 year old male driver was charged for driving 157 km/h in a 100 zone on Highway 104. The driver had two young children in the vehicle and was driving with a revoked license.
As a result, the male driver was charged for stunting and had his license suspended. His vehicle was also seized, and he was fined approximately $2,400.
Two motorists in Antigonish County have been charged with excessive speeding or stunting in less than 24 hours.
RCMP say on Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m., officers clocked a vehicle on Highway 337 at 132 kilometres an hour. That’s 52 kilometes over the posted speed limit of 80 kilometres. Police charged a 48-year-old man for Stunting.
At 11:30 Monday morning, police spotted a different vehicle travelling at 159 kilometres an hour on Highway 104 in Monstery. That’s 59 kilometres over the posted speed limit. A 19-year-old man was charged for stunting.
Both drivers have had their licenses suspended for seven days and their vehicles were seized.
More charges are on the way after cars caused a disturbance after a funeral in Enfield last week. East Hants RCMP charged a man for stunting during a funeral
The RCMP have already charged three other people after mourners did burnouts in their vehicles while in the funeral procession, sending smoke and debris in the air. Other vehciles involved included off road vehicles and stock cars.
RCMP have identified drivers responsible for the burnouts by viewing video and photos posted on social media. Police expect to lay more charges in the coming days.
RCMP say a 32-year-old Halifax County woman has been charged with stunting on Highway 104 in Pictou County.
Police say a car was clocked at 167 km/h in a 110 km/h zone in Salt Springs around 11 a.m. on Sunday.
They say the woman’s driver’s license was suspended for seven days and her vehicle was seized.
The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,422.50.
RCMP have stopped another motorist in Northeastern Nova Scotia for excessive speeding, or stunting. Early Friday afternoon, officers clocked a car travelling on Highway 104 in Priestville, Pictou County at 167 kilometres an hour in 110 kilometre zone. That’s 57 kilometres over the speed limit.
A 42-year-old man from Antigonish County has been charged with Stunting, his license has been suspended for seven days and his vehicle was seized. The motorist is also facing a second seven day license suspension after providing a roadside breath sample . The fine for Stunting is just over 24-hundred dollars.
Two drivers were caught for stunting on Friday afternoon in Pictou County. Shortly before 3:00 on Friday, the RCMP Eastern Traffic Services pulled over a Chevy
Equinox who was travelling 169km/h in a 110 zone; 59 over the speed limit. A 19 year old from New Victoria had his license suspended for 7 days, had his vehicle seized, and faces a $2,400 fine.
About a half hour later, a 42 year old man from Pictou County was charged for stunting on Highway 104 in Telford, Pictou County. The male driver was ticketed for travelling 163 km/h in a 100 zone; 63 over the posted limit. He too faces a $2,400 fine, a vehicle seizure and a 7 day license suspension.
Another car has been stopped locally for stunting. On Sunday afternoon around 5:00 p.m, The RCMP observed a Mini Cooper on Highway 104 in Lower South River travelling 167 in a 110km/h zone.
The 25-year-old male driver from Halifax, was charged for Stunting, his licence was suspended for 7 days and his vehicle was seized. The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,400
On Wednesday afternoon, June 7th the RCMP Eastern Traffic Services observed an SUV travelling at a very high rate of speed on Highway 104 in French River. The vehicle was clocked at 164 km/h in a 100 km/hr zone, 64 km/hr over the posted speed limit.
The 29-year-old male driver who is from Halifax, was charged for Stunting under the Provincial Motor Vehicle Act. The male driver had his vehicle seized, and he was charged $2,422.50.