Man’s Licence Suspended After Cannabis Found in His System While Driving: South Simcoe Police

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Man’s licence suspended after cannabis found in his system while driving: South Simcoe police By Daina Goldfinger Local Online Journalist Global News South Simcoe police have handed out their first three-day licence suspension after officers say a man had cannabis in his system while driving. Nick Westoll

A 43-year-old Toronto man is facing a three-day licence suspension after he was found to have cannabis in his system while driving in Bradford, South Simcoe police say.

At about 1 p.m., officers stopped the man on Holland Street West after police say he disobeyed a sign.

The odour of cannabis was detected, police add, and the man was tested using drug-screening equipment.

According to South Simcoe police officers, the test resulted in a positive reading for THC, the main intoxicating substance in cannabis.

The man’s licence was suspended for three days, and he received a ticket for disobeying the sign, police add.

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