Orangeville Police Charge 1st Motorist Under Ontario Cannabis Act

Article by Chris Halliday, Orangeville Banner

Orangeville police charge 1st person under Ontario Cannabis Act Motorist charged with driving a vehicle on a roadway with cannabis readily available NEWS 04:06 PM by Chris Halliday Orangeville Banner Following a roadside investigation, police report a 28-year-old Grand Valley man was charged with driving a vehicle on a roadway with cannabis readily available. - Banner file photo

A 28-year-old Grand Valley man is the first individual to be charged by Orangeville police under the Cannabis Act.

At about 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21, an Orangeville police officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on Broadway.

Following a roadside investigation, police report a 28-year-old Grand Valley man was charged with driving a vehicle on a roadway with cannabis readily available. The provincial offence comes with a set fine of $175 plus a victim surcharge of $40.

The charge has not been proven in court. The accused is scheduled to answer to the allegations in an Orangeville courtroom at a later date.

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