On June 10, 2019, a driver was caught lighting a joint on the road in Oakville.
According to Cst. Marc Taraso, the driver was caught at around 7 p.m. on Trafalgar Road.
“I watched a driver on Trafalgar light a joint,” Taraso said on Twitter.
Taraso stopped the driver and conducted field sobriety tests.
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Taraso said the driver was not impaired, however, they are facing the following alleged charges: cannabis readily available, no seatbelt, and fail to surrender licence.
Last night, 7PM, on patrol in the I watched a driver on Trafalgar light a joint. I stopped the driver & conducted Field Sobriety Tests. The driver was not impaired (having just lit the joint) but was charged: cannabis readily available, no seatbelt, fail surrender licence. pic.twitter.com/6D67kftG4y
— Cst. Marc Taraso (@MT9345) June 11, 2019
Photo is courtesy of Cst. Marc Taraso.