A Langley manâ€™s late night drive through a rural Ontario town has landed him in a local courthouse after he allegedly drove 95 km/h above the speed limit.
At about 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 22, an officer with the Ontario Provincial Police in Perth County saw a car heading down Perth Road 119 at a high rate of speed.
The car was clocked at 155 km/h through the village of Brunner, according to Const. Kees Wijnands. The speed limit in the area is 60 km/h
The car was pulled over and the 20-year-old driver from Langley was charged with racing a motor vehicle.
He is scheduled to appear in court in Stratford, Ont., on Aug. 26.
He wonâ€™t be driving back to B.C. on his own right away, as he also had his driverâ€™s license suspended for seven days and his rental car was impounded.