October 7, 2022

La Ronge Northerner

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Intercepted by police, he calls 911

He was intercepted by police while driving at a speed of 45km / h above the speed limit and thought it would be better for an outvoiced driver to call the police to improve his condition. It took him badly.

The bizarre incident took place in the municipality of La PĂȘche around 6:10 a.m. Wednesday when a public safety officer of the MRC des Collines-de-l’Outaouais intercepted a driver traveling at 90 km / h at 135 km / h. h Zone.

The 35-year-old driver, who questioned the actual speed at which he was driving, asked the patrol to show him the radar he used to bend himself.

The man from Kadino, who was confronted by a police officer, simply mentioned that he was going to contact 911 to make a complaint.

The man also allegedly told police he “did not believe he was a real cop.”

So the driver called 911 to express his displeasure, but got an extra $ 504 ticket for calling the police for no valid reason.

He received a $ 312 ticket with three demerit points for speeding. He was also fined $ 64 for not having proof of insurance.

In matters relating to high speed, the officers reminded the police officers that “there is no legal impediment for them to show speed on the radar, and for a number of technical and training reasons, it is true that they refuse to see the speed of the defendant.” There is not a single possible defense in court.