Leamington, Ontario — Essex County OPP say a 45-year-old driver from the Leamington area has been charged after police discovered the individual’s vehicle had a paper license plate.
A member of the Essex OPP was on general patrol on Talbot Street West in the Leamington area on January 22 at approximately 1:30 a.m. when they ran a check on the vehicle’s plates.
The check revealed that the license plate number was no longer valid and that the driver had a paper copy affixed to their vehicle instead of the Ministry of Transportation-issued plate.
Police charged the driver with the following Highway Traffic Act (HTA) offences: driving while under suspension; using a plate not authorized for the vehicle; and operating an unsafe vehicle.
The vehicle was then towed from the scene.
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