CENTRE WELLINGTON – On Oct. 10 at about 11:30am, a Wellington County OPP officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on Highway 6, near Sideroad 5, north of Fergus.
Police say the driver had pulled into a driveway and exited the vehicle.
“Police spoke with the driver and discovered that they were subject to a driving prohibition and a license suspension,” police stated in a press release.
“The driver moved another vehicle in an attempt to prevent the first vehicle from being impounded.”
Christopher John Lake, 43, of Centre Wellington, was charged with driving while prohibited, driving while suspended, obstructing a peace officer, speeding and failing to notify a change of address on a licence.
He is to appear in Guelph court on Nov. 13 and the vehicle was seized for a period of 45 days.
BELWOOD – On Oct. 12 at about 2:30pm a Wellington County OPP officer followed a motorcycle to an address in the area of Sideroad 9 and Wellington Road 26.
“It was reported that the driver did not have a licence plate visible on the motorcycle,” police stated.
“Police spoke with the driver and determined that they failed to comply with conditions of a previous Court release order.”
Adam Ronald Hermanis, 31, of Centre Wellington, was charged with failing to comply with a release order, driving without insurance, driving an unsafe vehicle, driving a vehicle with a plate not properly displayed, using an unauthorized plate and driving a vehicle with an improper licence.
He was to appear in Guelph court on Oct. 13.
Two plates, one truck
GUELPH-ERAMOSA – On Oct. 20 at about 9:30am, a Wellington County OPP officer stopped a pickup truck for an alleged driving violation on Indian Trail north of Eden Mills.
Police say the driver had two different licence plates on the truck. Police also discovered the driver was prohibited from driving and had his licence suspended.
Kyle Collin Gammie, 35, of Guelph, was charged with driving while prohibited, driving while suspended, driving without insurance and two counts of using an unauthorized plate.
He is scheduled to appear in Guelph court on Nov. 24. The vehicle was seized for 45 days.