According to police, on Friday May 22 and Saturday May 23 2015, members of the Special Enforcement Unit conducted Highway Traffic Act enforcement throughout the Region on Service Motorcycles.
The Motor Officers issued a total of 75 Provincial Offence Notices for a number of offences including Speeding, Distracted Driving and Stop Signs. In addition, the Motor Officers arrested two drivers in separate incidents, one for Driving While Under Suspension and the second for Driving While Disqualified. The second vehicle was seized for 45 days and the driver faces Criminal charges as well as multiple Provincial Offence charges. The Officers also responded to two serious Motor Vehicle Collisions, one involving a separate motorcycle.
The Niagara Regional Police Service remains committed to the public’s safety on the roadways of the Niagara Region. Motorists are reminded to obey the posted speed limits, use hands free options when using cell phones and beware of motorcyclists on the highway.
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