PETERBOROUGH — Provincial police in Peterborogh county have charged a police officer under the province’s stunt driving law and impounded an unmarked Durham Regional Police vehicle.
It happened Thursday on Highway 115 when a police traffic aircraft spotted a vehicle speeding and the car was pulled over by a provincial police officer.
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Provincial police impounded the vehicle for seven days and a 34-year-old, 10-year member of the Durham Regional Police has had his driver’s licence suspended for the same period.
The officer has been charged with racing a motor vehicle under the Highway Traffic Act and is scheduled to appear in court in Peterborough on Sept. 14.