Apparently, This Bears Repeating. Don’t Drive 40 km/h Over the Speed Limit When There’s Weed in the Car, Especially When it’s 33 Plants

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

NEWS Apparently, this bears repeating. Don't drive 40 km/h over the speed limit when there’s weed in the car, especially when it’s 33 plants Drivers reminded not to have cannabis readily available in their vehicles By Angela Stelmakowich When the Waterloo Regional Police officer began speaking to the driver, the officer observed the unusual amount of greenery in the vehicle. / Photo: Waterloo Regional Police Service / Photo: / Photo: Waterloo Regional Police Service The 65-year-old man had 33 plants in his car. / Photo: Waterloo Regional Police Service

Having cannabis readily available in a vehicle usually involves there being a few joints or a baggy of weed within reach, but not for this Ontario man.

The 65-year-old added an individual twist to the legal breach by having 33 plants in his car, which police say they easily discovered after he was stopped this week for driving 92 km/h in a 50-km/h community safety zone.

The man was stopped at about 7 p.m. on July 21 in Cambridge, Ont. When the Waterloo Regional Police officer began speaking to the driver, the officer observed the unusual amount of greenery in the vehicle, according to police.

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