An Ontario man drives previous a police automobile with double velocity restrict and open alcohol and hashish in his automotive

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The man was clocked at 195 km / h when he passed officers in a construction zone with workers present.

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The growthOp The incident occurred just before 10 p.m. on Wednesday night near Highway 400 and King Road.  /. The incident occurred just before 10 p.m. on Wednesday night near Highway 400 and King Road. /. Photo by / Photo: Getty Images

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The man’s vehicle was confiscated for a week and his driver’s license suspended for 90 days. He was also charged with dangerous driving for refusing to provide a breath sample and for having open alcohol and cannabis in his car.

The law governing the transportation of cannabis is similar to that of alcohol. Drivers can be charged if the cannabis is open and not in the original packaging. You can also be charged if the cannabis is not packed in your luggage and is “readily available”.

Last month, two Ontario residents were charged after undergoing a RIDE check on hundreds of weed plants in the cab of their truck. The smell of the 525 plants was hard to miss.

Both men, aged 27 and 34, were accused of owning more than four cannabis plants (not budding or blooming) with the intent to produce, sell or distribute illegal cannabis.

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