Licence plates on pulled-over vehicle were photocopies, OPP say
(Scott Miller / CTV London)
Published Thursday, April 20, 2017 3:27PM EDT
A Waterloo woman pulled over by police while driving in Guelph didn’t have most of what she was supposed to have, police say.
The woman was stopped around 2 a.m. Sunday on the Hanlon Expressway.
According to Wellington County OPP, she did not have valid licence plates, a valid driver’s licence, a valid vehicle permit or valid auto insurance.
What she did have, police say, were two colour photocopies of licence plates from Massachusetts displayed where licence plates would normally be, as well as open liquor in the vehicle.
The 38-year-old woman is facing charges of suspended driving and other traffic offences, as well as driving with open liquor present and driving without insurance.
The minimum fine for driving on a highway in Ontario without valid insurance is $5,000.
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