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Peel police nabbed a man driving 155 km/h in a 70 km/h zone on a street in Mississauga.
The 43-year-old man was clocked at that extreme speed at Bramalea and Derry roads on Sunday night.
Currently in Ontario, anyone caught driving more than 50 km/h above the speed limit will have their driver’s licence suspended and vehicle impounded for seven days.
If convicted, drivers can be fined between $2,000 and $10,000, and could also serve six months in jail, along with a longer licence suspension.
A 19-year-old Mississauga man has been charged with stunt driving over allegations he was clocked going 201 km/h Monday night (April 8) along Highway 403 in Mississauga.His vehicle was impounded and his licence was suspended, both for seven days.
The alleged incident is part of an alarming trend in the GTA. OPP sergeant Kerry Schmidt said 67 drivers were charged with street racing across the GTA from April 1-7.
Among those 67 drivers, males between the ages of 18 and 25 represented the largest cluster with 19 drivers, followed by males aged 26-35 (17) and males aged 36-50 (13).
Peel Regional Police say officers are looking to speak with the driver of a vehicle that caught on fire after the driver performed “doughnuts” in an empty Mississauga parking lot.
Firefighters and police were called to a property on Semenyk Court, south of Wolfedale Road and Burnhamthorpe Road West, at around 8 p.m. on Wednesday with reports the vehicle caught fire during the maneuvers.
Const. Akhil Mooken told Global News the vehicle tried to leave the area, but wasn’t able to travel a far distance. The driver, and possibly other occupants, reportedly left the scene.
“Clearly it didn’t work out,” he said.
“My advice to people would be if you don’t want your car to catch on fire, then use it as it’s intended to — which isn’t to do doughnuts in.”
Mooken said the driver could potentially be charged under the Highway Traffic Act for stunt driving and/or be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada for dangerous driving.
“If you were the driver of this newly burned out sedan, officers would like to speak to you,” he later wrote in an update on the Peel Regional Police Twitter account.
“We have questions. Lots of them.”
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