Stoney Creek man charged with stunt driving for the third time


Niagara Regional Police have charged a Stoney Creek man with stunt driving for the third time in 10 months.

Police said they charged a 20-year-old Friday night with “stunting”, according to a statement.

The driver was travelling at 136 km/h in an 80 km/h zone on Highway 20 in West Lincoln.

“This is the third time this driver has been charged with stunting in the last 10 months,” said the release. “The driver will have his license suspended for seven days, and the vehicle he was driving will be impounded for seven days.”

Penalties for stunt driving include a $2,000 to $10,000 fine, license suspension for up to two years, seven demerit points and increased insurance rates.

In the statement, police said with multiple stunting charges, the driver could face a possible jail sentence.

Police have not released the identity of the driver.


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booboo says:

Should be an automatic suspension of his license for two years and a fine and maybe the idiot will learn how to drive. He can sell his car after 7 days to pay for his legal bills!! Hahahahaha!!!!!!! Idiot!

stan says:

Three times in a year. Not much of a deterrent.

Prettysmartgal says:

Some people don’t learn. Maybe he will when someone gets killed!

OakieRF says:

third time in 10 months and still gets a slap on the wrists? obviously not getting the lesson