Halifax District RCMP charge a man with Stunting on Hwy. 107

November 22, 2023
East Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia

News release

Halifax District RCMP has charged a man with stunting in East Chezzetcook.

Yesterday, at approximately 9:15 p.m., Halifax District RCMP were conducting traffic enforcement on Hwy. 107, when a Chevrolet Cobalt was observed on radar travelling at 167 km/h in a 100 km/h zone. A traffic stop was completed on the vehicle. The driver, a 23-year-old Dartmouth man, was charged with Stunting and his vehicle was towed.

While roadside, RCMP officers notified the Department of Public Works of Nova Scotia that the Cobalt had leaked a considerable amount of oil and gasoline onto the roadway.

Stunting in Nova Scotia carries a fine of $2,422.50 for first time offenders and results in an immediate 7-day driver's license suspension.

The RCMP is committed to reducing serious injuries and fatal collisions by prevention, education, and enforcement. Remember, speeding and aggressive driving increases the risks of collision. Slow down and don't be distracted.

File # 23-142281


Contact information

Cpl. Guillaume Tremblay
Public Information Officer
Nova Scotia RCMP


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